'Forgiveness' tagged posts

Never To Fly Again

LightGrams November 7, 2019 Volume 23, Number 35 Others may see it as a novel venue for hosting a party, but it strikes me as sad. The Fokker-100 airplane parked in Robert Sedlar’s’ yard in Croatia was built to carry 100 passengers to various destinations around the world. After being in service from 1991 to…

Died In Red

LightGrams October 24, 2019 Volume 23, Number 34 Zorica Rebernik is someone you’ve likely never met. If you do, she will make you see red. No, really, she will make you see red because that is the color of every outfit she has owned for the last 50 years or so. It’s the color of…

The Apologetic Thief

LightGrams August 23, 2018 Volume 22, Number 30 A man visited the Mount Olive AME Zion Church in Waterbury, Connecticut this past Sunday morning. His visit has drawn more attention than most because he arrived at 1:00 a.m. While there, he helped himself to more than $3,000 worth of electronic equipment. It’s not hard to…

Haunted By Garbage

LightGrams February 23, 2017 Volume 21, Number 8 Connor Cox is like any other college student who lives away from home.  When a package arrives in the mail, he’s eager to get into it.  One of the two packages he received the other day at Westminster College (New Wilmington, PA) was what he hoped it…

Pay $14 Billion And Go Home

LightGrams February 16, 2017 Volume 21, Number 7 Claudia Brown is relatively new in her position as Justice of the Peace in Bell County, Texas.  When a man was recently brought before her to be charged with first degree murder, she first set his bell at $100,000.  He had willingly turned himself in, she reasoned,…