Nobody goes there anymore … it’s too crowded.

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A time to search and a time to give up. 

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I only wish I had a chance to do that all over again.

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The inverted spelling that links the words God and dog seems an unlikely coincidence.
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Halifax Mayor Mike Savage was in a reflective and reminiscent mood during a recent state-of-the-municipality address.
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Making something out of nothing. When somebody pulls that off, it tends to evoke wonder and admiration.

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For weekends on end now in the tiny western Cape Breton seaside community of Inverness, more and more people have been seeking a bonanza of easy money by chasing the ace.

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A few weeks back, I attended a funeral Mass about a half hour from my home. With the priest’s comforting words and the heavy smell of incense still commandeering our senses, the congregation filed out and into the nearby church hall for sandwiches, tea and a story or two about Sandy, the deceased. The elderly man, from all accounts that flowed from inside the church and out, was a kind, gentle soul who put family and God above all else.

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