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Even though I have not always followed through with them, goals have been a big part of my life. There has been a pattern of setting goals that have been safe with moderate accountability. Goals which can be kept to … Continue reading
My first lesson in purpose came from daddy. He was a preacher. He was a teacher. He was an educator. He never wrote a book, but his sermons were ahead of the times. I’ll read them now and wonder if … Continue reading
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An addiction can be described as the continued use of a mood altering substance or behavior despite adverse consequences, or a neurological impairment leading to such behaviors. In Christian circles, God making man in His image is often discussed. However, when we attempt … Continue reading
Loss can range from disappointing to devastating. No matter the degree of yours, press forward. Like my mother always says, ‘it won’t always be like this.’ Words of wisdom and toughness to get you through whatever you current experience. Hang … Continue reading
A few weeks ago, I had a conversation with someone. Seemingly out of the blue, this person tells me that he feels that I am “entitled.” I asked him to explain. He said the fact I grew up in a … Continue reading
According to the Encyclopedia of Psychology, personality refers to individual differences in characteristic patterns of thinking, feeling, and behaving. Overall, I’m cool with my personality. I’m cool with the individual differences. I’m cool with most of my patterns of thinking. … Continue reading
This gets to me, “what would you like for dinner?” And the return is, “it doesn’t matter.” When you read the account of creation in the Bible, everything mattered to God. Space, distance, time, type of animal, even the order … Continue reading
I AM NOT A PREACHER! My father was a preacher. My late brother was a preacher. From what I understand, Daddy’s grandfather was a preacher. Not me! I have spent 24 years thinking I was – but NOPE! Ain’t gonna … Continue reading
Ahh perfection! Chris Tyler-Smith from Cambridge University, and part of the 1000 Genomes Project, helped analyze the genomes of 179 people world wide. Published in “The Journal of Human Genetics”, the study showed that the average person has around 400 … Continue reading
I consider myself a “bottom line” person. I want to know facts. I can work with the details, but I would rather you have worked out those things prior to coming to me. We can review them, go over them, … Continue reading