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It’s All Good!

FOCUS ON THE GOOD STUFF!

I should hang a sign off the brim of my old hat, so those words will lead me around all day. Well, when I’m outside anyway; I don’t wear my old hat in the house. But, maybe I should make signs and place them all over the house. Read the rest of this entry »

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Death On the Green

One day, back when we were in high school, my pal, Barry Patterson, and I wound up playing the same course his dad was playing. I was not a good golfer and Barry’s dad being able to see me in action, didn’t improve my game. I was a nervous wreck. Read the rest of this entry »

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It’s All Good!

Our lives are a constant evolving of bad to good, good to bad, and everything in between. There will always be trials and troubles in our lives, but when our trust is in Him, the blessings God pours out on us will always outnumber them.

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Still Waters

 

Still Waters In The Morning

Still Waters In The Morning

About ten years ago, I made the comment, “All I want is peace.” Life was tossing me about, I was battling the demons of this world with every ounce of strength I could muster, and I was losing the war. Read the rest of this entry »

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He’s Gone!

Life seems to be a series of seasons, and we have to learn to roll with the good and the bad. Some seasons  are better than others, some are really bad, and others are outstanding. Throughout our lives, there will be good times with friends, and there will be battles with enemies, and Read the rest of this entry »

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Honor… the Last Gleaming?

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It will rise again!

To most, it is an antiquated notion at best, a corrosive naïveté at worst, but no other human attribute deserves the exaltation honor does. Read the rest of this entry »

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Some Are Born To Lead

Others… not so much.

One afternoon, at my last job, my supervisor called to me as I passed by his office/cubicle, so I went in and took a seat in the chair across from him. Read the rest of this entry »

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