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August 2006
Guideposts;Aug2006, p21
The article presents background of people who shared their stories to "Guideposts." Michael Bosch, a real-estate agent, is thankful that he adopted five-month-old dog Honey just two weeks before his accident. A chance blind date led Holocaust survivor Herman Rosenblat back to Roma, the girl who helped him survive a Nazi concentration camp. Ann Richard and her husband, Dave, have learned to stand back and let their autistic son, King, shine.


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