Bren’e Brown PhD, LMSW is a noted professor, author and speaker on TED Talks. I have listened to two of her TED Talk Videos and is very easy to listen to and speaks in every day language. In this video she answers some questions and shares some methods she has found helpful in dealing with … More Words to Help Us Get Through the Pandemic
My dear friend, Morag Noffke wrote this beautiful post. It said many of the things I have said or feel. Maybe her words will touch you as they touched me. The title “The Sacredness of Being.” Sorry I can not copy and paste this. But it is worth the read. https://moragnoffke.wordpress.com/2020/05/09/the-sacredness-of-being/
In May of 2014 I sold my home to buy a smaller condominium. After selling my home and using the profit for needed expensive repairs on the old home and making the down payment on my new home there was a nice sum of money left. I was so thankful to God for the extra … More A Series of Miracles
One day I was at a stop light and saw a man with a sign asking for help. I didn’t have any money on me but looked around in the car for something that might make his life a little easier. I had a straw, cowboy hat in the back of the car and offered … More You Matter!
“Old age ain’t for sissies,” stated that famous old dame, Bette Davis. I am beginning to understand what she meant. If you are getting older, like I am and hopefully everyone else is, you are finding that there are new difficulties in your life style caused by physical and mental changes. Changes in Our Bodies … More Old Age Ain’t For Sissies
Well, if you wondered if I had dropped off of the face of the earth, I can assure you that I have not. But I have felt “other worldly” at times since my last new post. First of all my bank was one of the ones that uses that “EX” credit check company. So I … More Valuable Lessons in Bank Fraud
Are we there yet? Where is your “there?” Do we know where our “there” is? When we were little we heard people tell our parents, “What a little man!” “What a pretty girl.” Nice strangers asked us,”What do you want to be when you grow up?” Perhaps on a subconscious level we start at an … More Where is “There?”