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A Final Thought: Sometimes there are no words

Last month—on August 19—my wife and I celebrated our 35th wedding anniversary. That sounds like a long time, but it’s not. Thirty-five years is the blink of an eye. Of course, you cannot explain this to young people. Trying to tell a 30-year-old that their life will go by quickly is like trying to describe the hum of a...

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Here's how Heavenly Touch Maids can help you tackle the ongoing chore of having a clean house

It may still be warm, but fall is here. There’s getting the kids out the door and helping them with homework when they get home. Then there’s all of the extracurricular activities, like football, band, soccer, dance, theater, choir, karate and more. Still, your family (and society) expects dinner, clean laundry and a clean house. Well,...

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Get your vehicle showroom ready with Next Level Auto Detailing

When Shawn Medina was 14 years old, he bought his first roadster—a fire engine-red 1986 Mustang GT—and lovingly restored it so by the time he got his license he could hit the road in style. Since then he estimates he’s owned more than 30 cars, and his affinity for the automobile has never waned. While working at...

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Creating an atmosphere of calm caring has helped North Royalton Animal Hospital score high marks among pets and their people

Without a single spoken word, our pets are master communicators. Whether a wag of the tail to let us know they are happy or a hiss that says stay away, our pets faithfully communicate with us. So when animals are in the care of the team at North Royalton Animal Hospital, they make sure to keep the lines of communication open. For pets staying...

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Here’s how Rabbi Rosette Barron Haim’s new holiday subscription series is reconnecting people to the Jewish community

Lately, there’s been plenty of new research into what it takes to live a long, healthy and happy life. And the findings are clear: people with strong social relationships enjoy a greater quality of life than those who feel more isolated. That should come as no surprise. Humans are social creatures, who—for countless...

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