The Work is Hastening

The Work is Hastening

First, I must apologize.   I had way more fun writing this article than you could ever have by reading it. I’m sorry.   Nevertheless, I recently had an epiphany of sorts. We often think about leaving our personal histories for our families and posterities. And that is...
Losing Hope

Losing Hope

In my experience, sometimes it’s really hard not to lose hope.   Not hope in God, exactly, although certainly that is a legitimate, painful struggle for some people — but hope that things will ever get better.   Maybe it’s after your 15th doctor...
Set Goals, Not Resolutions

Set Goals, Not Resolutions

As we begin a new year, one particular thing tends to be on everyone’s minds: New Year’s resolutions. Making resolutions is easy; committing to them is much harder. So this year, I would challenge you to try something new: make goals instead of resolutions.  ...
Consider the Lilies

Consider the Lilies

Today, I had the pleasure to spend some time at a park near my home. Aside from the mosquitoes that seem to be able to find me from miles around, I had a pleasant time. There is a pond and walking trail meandering through partially wooded areas. It’s a wonderful place...
The Sweet Spot

The Sweet Spot

One of my most exhilarating experiences is familiar and comfortable. Though not common, it is regular. I know you have experienced this as well. What you call it, however, may vary some.   Let me explain with an example. I love the thesaurus. That statement may not...
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