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Morning Crossing

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When I drew this picture, I realized that I was like the baby loon on its mother’s back. If I try to venture out alone, I am facing a lot of danger from my disease, which hides below the surface. So every morning, I have to turn over my will to God and ride along, safe because God cares for me like the mother loon cares for her baby. — Story and image (above) by Cheryl Y.

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