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Yevet Tenney

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

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I grow increasingly weary as this election process drags on. I wonder what country I am living in. It is not the American way to snarl and bicker back and forth like dogs in a fight. It is not the American way to storm and throw temper tantrums when the game doesn’t go our way.

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The news rattles on with campaign reporting. Gossip, true stories and lies framing the lives of the candidates permeate every facet of the media. You can’t turn on the radio, television, access your email or Facebook account without hearing some new scandal introduced by the key words “stunning,” “shocking” or “This could change the course of the election.”

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Recently, I re-read the gospels and marveled at the wonderful miracles Jesus performed in His ministry on the earth. I also marveled at the blindness of the scribes and Pharisees, who took no notice of His great miracles but chose to focus on His indifference to their laws and tried to trap Him into what we would call a “gotcha” question.

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I don’t know about you, but I am going bonkers with this election process. It is a Barnum and Bailey circus without any safety nets or guide wires. The tigers are loose in the ring, the announcers don’t know which way to turn, and the photographers don’t know where to point the camera.

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“For as a man thinketh in his heart, so is he ...”
—Proverbs 23:7

That quote is a powerful, life-changing statement. Our minds – or our thoughts – allow us to achieve greatness or to remain in abject poverty.

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In the weariness of winter, I start to think about planting my garden. I know it is way too early to put seeds in the ground, but peat cups and potting soil are my friends. I plant my tomatoes, peppers and cabbages in peat cups so they can get an early start on the season.

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