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Feed the Hungry

I was looking at Facebook just now and saw this posting by TLC (The Christian Left):

TCL’s Morning Message: For I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink, I was a stranger and you welcomed me… Matthew 25:35 (ESV)

Directly underneath it was a posting by a […]

Consideration

I think we are lacking common consideration in this country. Just having the thought to think about what you are doing and how it impacts other people.

A month ago, I went to get my infusion at the hospital. My doctor has put me on Orencia for my arthritis and it is helping tremendously. My […]

Wasted Food

So you go to the grocery store. The first thing you see is the bakery area and the donuts. YUM!! You make a bee line for the bulk case and gaze at the wondrous selection. What to chose…what to chose…? Finally you decide that donut holes are the way to go. You select all the […]

Thoughts on smoking…

A few thoughts on people smoking:

– I was leaving the Irving station in Kennebunk this afternoon and I looked over and saw a small fire. Mostly smoke but there was flame. I went back into the Irving and told them and some guy came out with a bucket of water and put it out. […]

A Regret

Maya Angelou has died.

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/05/29/arts/maya-angelou-lyrical-witness-of-the-jim-crow-south-dies-at-86.html?_r=0

When I was in college, there was a weekly lecture on Friday mornings open to the whole campus. It was called Forum. It was free and not required for any class. I attended many of them but, I’m sad to say, not all. I would look at the list of […]

God Left Him

It wasn’t so much the torture that Jesus went through on Good Friday.

Of course it was brutal. Roman soldiers were not known for their gentleness. Actually the complete opposite. They were cold, unfeeling, sadistic and bred to be cruel. They enjoyed being known as tough and intimidating.

April 18th, 2014 | Category: Uncategorized | 4 comments

Fully Understanding

During my devotions today, I was reading “Intense Moments with the Savior: Learning to Feel” by Ken Gire. The reading I chose, appropriately enough, was the one on Gethsemane. Or, more precisely, Jesus praying in the Garden of Gethsemane.

What Mr. Gire does in his writings is to bring to life with detail and modern […]

Rainy Monday

It’s raining and it is Monday. Always makes me think of this song:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PjFoQxjgbrs

Not only it is raining but it has been cloudy and raining since yesterday. To add insult to injury, it was also sleeting this morning.

SLEETING!! It is March 31st! Tomorrow is April 1st. It is cold and cloudy and cold […]

My blog…an update…sort of

I have been thinking about this here blog recently. Not writing in it, mind you. Just thinking about it. I realize I haven’t posted since my birthday. There are a whole myriad of reasons why but it boils down to being too busy working and looking for work and not having much to say other […]

Birthday!!!

Today is my birthday!!

I just stood in front of a mirror at 2:07 pm and watched myself turn one year older. I didn’t look any different from one minute to the next so I think this aging thing is going just fine!

Since I love quotes, I have selected a few to share with […]