Archive for January, 2016

None of Us See the Truth—There is No “Truth”

Filed in Living by on January 28, 2016 5 Comments
None of Us See the Truth—There is No “Truth”

Elaine and I are watching an interesting TV series on Showtime called The Affair. We’ve only watched the first two episodes, but it is already compelling. It is about a married man who is going through some difficult times with his wife and four children, and who meets a married woman he becomes infatuated with. […]

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But For the Grace of God Go I…

Filed in Stress & Anxiety by on January 21, 2016 4 Comments
But For the Grace of God Go I…

I do not know how to explain why God’s grace is offered to someone as unworthy as me. When my little doggie, Munson, needed to be put down a couple of weeks ago, I was devastated, as so many pet owners are when this fateful day arrives. We spend so much time with our little […]

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To Be Financially Secure, You Must Change Your Relationship With Money

Filed in Money by on January 14, 2016 2 Comments
To Be Financially Secure, You Must Change Your Relationship With Money

This is my second post on New Year’s resolutions, with this one focused on how to improve your finances. Many people choose to have spending and saving goals for the new year. This is wise, because if you don’t maintain some sort of financial plan or target, your random daily spending decisions during the course […]

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To Be Thin, You Must Change Your Relationship With Food

Filed in Diet & Exercise by on January 7, 2016 2 Comments
To Be Thin, You Must Change Your Relationship With Food

This is the first of two articles on common New Year’s resolutions. This post addresses the goal of losing weight, and next week’s will be about achieving financial security. Many of us have a dysfunctional relationship with food. It is such an easy trap to fall into. When I was working and had a stressful […]

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