Monthly Archives: September 2014

Fair Trade Big Macs

What’s the right thing to do about increasing the minimum wage? It will, no doubt, cause the price of goods to increase but there’s no way a family, or even an individual, can live on our current minimum wage. I … Continue reading

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God Help Me

I’ve said those words many times to myself and often I’ll say it without really thinking, not knowing it’s my spirit praying for what I really need. At one time in my young adult life I enjoyed being the life … Continue reading

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Jesus, The Original Seinfeld

This thought occurred to me while attending a men’s Bible study at my church. Seinfeld was a TV program about nothing and though Jesus is everything, His 3 year ministry, if I can use that much overused and inadequate-meaning word … Continue reading

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Surrender

Why? Life’s hard, why try? ’cause you have too, that’s why, keep tryin’, don’t cry! How? Be a good parent? though you haven’t a clue; do what seems natural, but that’s why I’m confused! Try what’s expected, don’t go out … Continue reading

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Marine Corps 101A

Hurry up and wait, the code of conduct of the Marine Corps. If you had to be somewhere at 7 AM you got up at 4 AM to get there by 6 AM and then waited an hour. I just … Continue reading

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Aslan For President

I’ve always been intrigued by Mr. Beaver’s comment about Aslan in The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe where he responds to Lucy’s question and states “Who said anything about safe. Course he’s not safe. But he’s good. He’s the … Continue reading

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