Index for the series:
Truth Hiders and Hoarders
by N. Clement Weathers
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The following series of columns was published in a small, weekly newspaper in West Texas, during 1997 and early 1998.
These columns were not intended to be consumed consecutively, in a one-time, sit-down reading. Instead, they were meant to be read "one-at-a-time" (as they were when published weekly), with the contents being digested and pondered for a time, the reader anticipating the next to come. It is recommend that one should read this series in that way, i.e., one or two per week, or every few days.
Agree or disagree, wrong or right, you'll have to decide for yourself. However, it is hoped that you will not only enjoy reading the series, but will gain benefit in many different aspects and directions in your own life.
You may write to N. email@example.com
These articles were scanned, then digitized using OCR software (which sometimes interprets an "r" to be an "f", inserts "ll" where an "n" or "H" should be, or places "c" where an "e" was published, etc., etc.,…, and were corrected using another non-error-free-method commonly known as: "a human". It is requested that anyone finding a bad link or other mistakes PLEASE inform the web-publisher at the following address:firstname.lastname@example.org so that they may be corrected. Thank you!
((S) denotes columns written by N.'s wife Stormy )
October 23, '97 (S)
January 22, '98 (S)