Month: October 2015

Be safe on Halloween

Tomorrow is Halloween. Always a fun night, unless you’re Charlie Brown… “I got a rock.” Here are some interesting Halloween facts for you: • The word Halloween is a shortening of All Hallows’ Evening also known as Hallowe’en or All Hallows’ Eve. • Halloween has its origins in the ancient Celtic festival known as Samhain…
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If you’re happy where you’re living clap your hands

Clap-Clap! Last weekend I saw three very different photos posted in my Facebook newsfeed. beautiful snow covered yard and trees vibrant autumn colored mountainsides bright sunshine and white sandy beaches All of these locations are on the east coast of the U.S.A., but how very different the weather is up and down the coast from…
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Things we wish we knew when we were younger

Last night I heard a speaker talking about things they wished they knew when they were younger. It got me thinking. Have you ever pondered that statement? Are there things you wish you had done differently? Would you go back and change some things, if you could? As I thought about it a few things…
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It’s not about the money

Did I just say that? Yes, I did. Do you believe that statement? Many people don’t. How many people go through their entire life making money and not making a life? It’s not about • How much money you have • How big your house is • How fancy your car is • What school…
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Foundations of Public Liberty and Happiness

After finishing up my volunteer shift at the USO yesterday afternoon, I was saddened to hear the news about the community college shooting in Oregon. I have written before about senseless shootings but have decided to take a different approach to the topic today. My small group has been studying The Truth Project, put out…
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