Monthly Archives: September 2017

Laughter Isn’t Always Funny

Getting laughed at don’t get easier just because you’ve gotten old, there’s just more things to laugh at like invisible disabilities and their toll. Sometimes the laughter’s amusing, even if at your expense, though is it really funny or humiliating  … Continue reading

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Loneliness Is A State of Mind, Not a Lifestyle 

Is loneliness a universal problem or one closer to home? How big a part does “fear” play in our feelings of loneliness? Is “shame” the primary driving force behind our loneliness or is it self-absorption or one of the many … Continue reading

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Monumental Mistakes 

While I think I understand why many African-American citizens may be offended at hearing the song Dixie and/or seeing Colonel Reb prancing around a football field, I think European-American Civil War statues may actually serve a more useful  purpose. God … Continue reading

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9/11/2001

Where were you that fateful day when evil flew and innocence betrayed, we watched in shock as the towers fell knowing sadly life had forever changed. Evil does its master’s bidding, Satan lives to kill, steal, and destroy and lying … Continue reading

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Bye Bye Miss American Pie Dreams

We have gone from being the land of opportunity to being the land of anger, angst and addictions. What has caused this seismic shift in attitudes and behavior? Could it possibly be the result of what we have placed our … Continue reading

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