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I always take a Lifeline to read in the doctor’s waiting room, then leave it for someone else. When I caught up on the April 2018 issue, I read a beautiful poem, “New Life Blooming.” Thank you for your service. Good luck and good life. — Muriel M., Fayetteville, Tennessee USA

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