Monthly Archives: October, 2012

JESUS: The Ultimate Recycler

Recycling; the word conjures up a variety of emotions. All the way from: we need to recycle everything; to: why bother, is it really worth the effort? Personally, I’m all for it. In my opinion we need to do all we can to save this planet because it’s the only one we know of that …

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This is a smart time to be alive!

I can’t believe how fortunate we are to be alive at this point in history. At no other time has there been more opportunities to be smart than there is right now. I was walking through the grocery store the other day and noticed that I could begin my day with a smart start in …

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Who’s walking the dog?

Have you ever watched people walking their dog? Sometimes I have to ask: “Exactly who is walking who here?” I’m pretty sure it’s been credited to Yogi Berra as the one who first said: “You can observe a lot just by watching.” Sounds like something he’d say. Part of being a writer means I observe …

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A dog’s best friend.

People are a dog’s best friend. Yeah, that’s what I wanted to type. Trust me, this is my blog and I have a rambling idea of where I’m going with this. So, sit back and enjoy. I’ve heard it expressed that military people prefer dogs, while artists prefer cats. Makes sense to me. You give …

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Not Enough Hours In My Day Syndrome

Today I plan on tackling a plague in modern society. This epidemic has taken on a life of its own and it won’t let go easily. I know I’d like to kill it, but haven’t found the secret as to how to do it completely. First, we need to verify the symptoms to confirm whether …

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