Attitude makes all the difference

Jon, Nancy and I have a friend named Glenda. She is amazing. I won’t go into details about everything she has faced and conquered, but a huge trait that has made a difference in her life and in the lives of those who she has inspired is her positive conquering attitude. Rather than focusing on […]

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The Bible is full of a bunch of humans

I often think that the Bible is full of ideas on living a more perfect life – and how I am not measuring up to the way I should be. There are lots of life instructions in many parts of the Bible. I’m glad, as they correct me when my ways are getting skewed away […]

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Who you hang out with can change you.

Peter and John stood in front of the leaders of their tribe. Imagine a random Catholic talking to the Pope and cardinals, an ordinary citizen in front of the Supreme Court or the President’s cabinet, a student in front of the university president and faculty, you in front of the people you grew up being […]

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On egos

Going through a stack of paper at work revealed a proposal from a possible vendor. I remembered meeting the guy. He was nice – but his attitude turned me off a bit. He seemed fairly proud and may not have been a good listener. He didn’t really come across as understanding that I might know as […]

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The dog whispers.

We’re dog-sitting for a few days while Andrew and Allie are on vacation. Chevrolet BeyoncĂ© is small and blackish-grey. I’m not a dog person, though we’ve had a dog in our house for fourteen of the last 21 years. Shiloh was with us for thirteen years. A couple years after he was gone, Jude lived […]

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