Annette Bridges

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Courage on United Flight 93

There are varying viewpoints on the making of a movie about United Flight 93. My piece is not intended to take any particular position about the movie's production. My purpose is to honor the courageous actions of the flight's passengers. Courage that should be honored and emulated.

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Why Pray?

I suspect that no university study examining the influence of prayer on health would be considered definitive, even in the academic community. Therefore, the underlying question for me is why should scientists and physicians continue to test prayer?

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Too late? Maybe not!

March is National Women's History Month. The inspiration for my column comes from a famous woman - a visionary and pioneer - from the 19th century in America. A woman whose own life proved that it's never too late to pursue one's dreams.

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A life to bless all mankind

A response to the kidnapping of reporter, Jill Carroll. Jill's words about "speaking the same language" inspired me to consider how I could also speak in such a way that doesn't injure but bless others. Qualities seen in Jill's writing are instructive and inspirational.

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