A life update for me.Continue reading
This candle restfully fulfills what it was made for.Continue reading
When I was younger, I knew so much.
But I studied, traveled to and lived in other countries, worked varying jobs, got married, pastored, had children, taught college courses, had countless conversations with those very different from me, lived life and so much more.
The result?Continue reading
I am experiencing sadness today. I have experienced sadness during the Coronavirus pandemic previously, but this is a “new” kind of sadness today. How so? I realize that 2020 could be one of the most painful years in my forty years. Not because of Coronavirus sicknesses, deaths, and loss of jobs and money for so many. Oh, yes, I grieve that and will continue to do so. I know that.
But what I realized today brought up a different reason for my sadness.
Due to our own deep-seated anxiety as a society in general, we are most likely about to hit a massive—and I mean massive—complication as we move forward in the coming days, weeks, and months. It has already reared its ugly head—in the news, on social media, and the like. And this whole thing is very connected to political partisanship.
What is this problem? Continue reading
I came across this little guy on my morning walk in the park today. Continue reading