Monthly Archives: February 2017

Random Acts of Kindness… And Truthfulness

Remember a few days ago I asked for you to help me find ways to accomplish Random Acts of Kindness with our elected officials, those who believe differently than we do and in the words and actions we share with … Continue reading

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Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered

Today, as I was thinking about what I was going to write tonight, this 1940’s song kept running through my head. I have been up and down and in and out on this roller coaster ride. I have been critical … Continue reading

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Thrive Tribe Step Two

Our first step into finding a place where we can thrive in becoming the person God wants us to become is believe, thinking, speaking and acting in a positive manner… that no mater what the issue we are to act … Continue reading

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Steps Into Thrive Tribe

Perhaps you are feeling a bit like me lately… kinda overwhelmed and under-fortified? I have sought for over forty years as a pastor, four years as a Marine, and other growing up and into life years to be fair, kind, … Continue reading

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Taken To The Woodshed

Well, I thought I was doing so well… speaking the truth, revealing that which has been hidden, bringing light on that which has been so dark and mysterious. Some people agree with my findings while others think that I have … Continue reading

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GOVERNMENTS

My grandson gave me a list of the governments of the world, what they mean and how they act. This may help us all as we look at our own government. DEMOCRACY: You have two cows and your neighbor decides … Continue reading

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Sit Down and Shut Up

I have voted at every election except when younger and over seas. I didn’t about a ballot you could send in from wherever you were in the world. I remember the one election in which I did not vote. One … Continue reading

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