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Yevet Tenney

Yevet Tenney has been writing for Progressive Publishing for many years. Her heartfelt, inspirational articles are a favorite with readers.

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My son Paul recently came home from a trip to Bulgaria. He has had a hard transition into American culture ever since he was a boy.

He started his life on the streets of Varna, Bulgaria, where his gypsy ancestors spent their days.

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I have often read the Parable of the Ten Virgins in the Gospel of Matthew and wondered what a modern version of the story might look like. I came up with prevailing attitudes that are cross-generational.

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I sit here in front of my computer contemplating Christmas. It is a few weeks away, but preparations need to be made. After all, it is the biggest and most anticipated event of the year. Children have “sugarplums” dancing in their heads.

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When I was an undergraduate student at Northern Arizona University, my friends and I went to a restaurant and ordered food. After we finished, we realized we didn’t have money to leave a tip.

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The other day, I had a conversation with my son Paul, who is trying to find a job. He was adopted from Bulgaria at age 11, so he is somewhat delayed in his understanding of social issues. He does not want to attend school to get the skills he needs to obtain a good job; he just wants to get a job that pays lots of money.

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The other day, my dad, who is nearly 90, was hooking up the horse trailer to haul some cows out on the range. He gripped the steering wheel of the truck and with much effort climbed down and let down the tailgate to let the gooseneck trailer slide into place. He sized up what needed to be done and with equal effort, he climbed back into the truck.

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