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Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled

It happened.  After reading the many faith-based blog and Facebook posts that have gone up about the legalization of gay marriage, I was convinced it wouldn’t happen.  But it did. The sun came up this morning. Imagine.  The world is … Continue reading

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A Few Thoughts About a Dirty Word

Hello friends.  I haven’t posted here in a while.  Some of you have asked if there’s something wrong.  Not at all!  I’ve been spending almost all of my spare time working on my second novel.  The words have been flowing … Continue reading

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The Adoration of Robin Williams

Robin Williams is dead.  I am sad that he killed himself.  I can’t say I was a fan of his, though he did make me laugh many times.  I didn’t see most of his movies, but I saw enough to … Continue reading

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The Dumbing Down of America

A new reality show premiered on FYI last night.  It is yet another step toward the collapse of civilization as we know it. Married at First Sight pairs up several couples, people who are complete strangers, and marries them without … Continue reading

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When People Become Things

I am different things to different people…and the key word is “things.” To the bank teller, I am an account number. To the mailman, I am an address. To the doctor, I am an appointment. To the politician, I am … Continue reading

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Which Buttons Are You Pushing?

Ed Gungor tells about a group of psychology students at the University of Berkeley that pulled off an interesting experiment.  Without their professor’s knowledge, they agreed to listen intently and take notes with great fervor whenever the professor stood near the … Continue reading

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Joined at the Hip

In 1908, Kate Skinner, an unmarried barmaid, gave birth to Siamese twins.  Their names were Daisy and Violet.  They were joined at the hip and shared blood circulation, but no major organs. Skinner’s boss, Mary Hilton, assisted with the birth.  When … Continue reading

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It Amazes Me

It amazes me that so many people load up their Facebook pages with 911 tributes, but then don’t care enough about the welfare of our country to vote. It amazes me that so many people focus their rage on Muslims … Continue reading

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