Too far to turn back…

By Rita Friesen

Neepawa Banner & Press

Arabbinical commentary on the Old Testament says that some of the Jews walked into the Red Sea up to their necks before the waters parted. The Jewish people had been captives, slaves, to the people of Egypt when Moses convinced Pharaoh to release them.  Granted it took a great deal of convincing and mighty acts of God before they started on their exodus.

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Taking the high road

By Neil Strohschein

Neepawa Banner & Press

Murphy’s Law has never been debated in Canada’s House of Commons, Manitoba’s Legislative Assembly or any local municipal council. It has never been passed into law. You will not find it in any law book. But Murphy’s Law has had an impact on all of us.

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Observation - May 18, 2018

By Addy Oberlin

Neepawa Banner & Press

Finally we can say that spring is here.

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Seeing the value in others

By Neil Strohschein

Neepawa Banner & Press

As I write these words, the victims of the Toronto tragedy have finally been identified. Of the 10 who were killed in this incident, eight were women, two were men. The oldest was a 94-year-old grandmother. The two youngest were international students—both were 22.

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Observation - May 10, 2018

Addy Oberlain

Neepawa Banner & Press

This coming weekend the mothers are to be treated in a very special way. Maybe a very pretty card expressing love, or some flowers as a token of our love, or maybe even some chocolates. We celebrate and remember all the special times she spent with us when growing up.

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