Archive for June, 2016

The Parable of the Mexican Fisherman

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The Parable of the Mexican Fisherman

There are some very interesting parables I have come across in the course of my reading that I want to share with you. Here is the first in a series I will post over the next few months. This is a story about why it might make sense to slow down, reassess, and decide if […]

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A Heartfelt Tribute to My Warm and Loving Mom

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A Heartfelt Tribute to My Warm and Loving Mom

My mother was the sweetest and most loving person I have ever known. She’s been gone fifteen years now, and I think about her every day. I grew up with two older brothers and a younger sister, and we could be a handful. My father’s job as a fireman required he work a 24 hour […]

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The Fascinating Cycle of Life

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The Fascinating Cycle of Life

  I’ve recently become captivated by the cycle of life. Having been on the earth for as long as I have, and therefore being so close to death (!), I now have a unique perspective on life. I have been taking our new puppy, Anderson, for walks outside. Actually, I don’t allow him to walk, […]

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I’m Most Likely Going to Hell in a Handbasket—Are You?

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I’m Most Likely Going to Hell in a Handbasket—Are You?

                      Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the earth. Matthew 5:5 Whenever I read this passage in the Bible I think to myself, “Oh boy, I’m screwed.” There are a lot of qualities I can try to claim, but meek has never been […]

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