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Carrie Maldonado – Writer

Freelance writer, wordsmith, and novelist

I am flummoxed (I just love that word, btw) about how to teach my kids to be decent human beings in a world where we have made idols out of our feelings. Not to offend anyone, but I’m starting to get a little offended about how offended people are getting about being offended, or offending, or something.

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Seeing as how it was just Canada Day, and tomorrow is Independence Day for the United States, freedom seems like a good topic. I’m thoroughly fed up with politics, though, so I’m staying away from political freedom, and am going to talk about it from another perspective; my kids, and my book (Grace Group). It’s …

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‘And the truth shall set you free,’ John 8:32 This quote has been used so often that many people don’t even know it is from the Bible. We say it jokingly and sometimes seriously, but what does it really mean? I’m not scholar, but I have had some experience with freedom, and my take on …

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On the eve of Independence Day here in the United States, and just following Canada Day (my home country) and especially in these extremely interesting political times, my thoughts drift towards freedom. Growing up in Canada means one is intentionally exposed to as many Canadian writers, singers and artists as possible (I think Trudeau made …

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