Some day at Christmas we won’t be far from making friends no matter what color they are. We will be color blind and our hearts will see that God made … Continue reading Some day at Christmas
One of the most embarrassing moments in life is when you have been given hints regarding something about you and it doesn’t register. I’m not talking about the simple things … Continue reading Can you take a hint?
Now that the funeral is over it seems like the world has moved on. The problem with that is you are still stuck. Stuck in a pit of sorrow as … Continue reading Good grief?
We have all heard the old adage of “fake it, til you make it” and of course we know what this means. This speaks directly to potential. One of the … Continue reading Reaching full potential
Upon occasion I like to sit and day-dream about the world being different. I mean if we as Americans had a different way of thinking. What if we never looked … Continue reading What if?
Have you ever tried to help someone and they didn’t want it or even got angry with you for helping? I’m thinking of the scene in the movie Forrest Gump … Continue reading Is it your time to help?
In January we tried to start the year new. February was the month to build new relationships or strengthen old ones with the help of cupid. It didn’t work. In … Continue reading So what I’m trying to say is . . .
Every now and again it’s good to provide information that will bring awareness to real life problems. The family constellation is in trouble. Even when a family overcomes domestic violence, … Continue reading Dealing with the affected of witnessing parental conflict
It is easy to look at this world and all of the evil there in and feel that as one person we are powerless. It seems like my voice and … Continue reading The power of one
Sometimes the simplest lessons get past us. We don’t think anything of killing an ant, squashing a pesky fly or any other bug. We live in a violent society. We … Continue reading Respect for all things
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A family of five, living in a studio apartment full of little critters running around, is no way to live life. An 11 year old, having to worry about whether … Continue reading Jesus — The Resurrection and the Life