Monthly Archives: August 2010

The used parts conspiricy

God installed use lungs in me when I was born. It must be the case because I was born in 1941 and my lungs are 86 years old. I know its so because that’s what the test the doctor ordered said. I was … Continue reading

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Imagination

I’m not sure where this came from but I do know it wasn’t something that originated in my head. “Brave people have no imagination.” It may or may not be a truism. I’m sure however that if a person with … Continue reading

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High Adventure

For most people high adventure isn’t the things movies are made of. Of course we do have our astronauts, our NASCAR drivers, and our mountain climbers but these folks make up a minority of the human population. Most of the … Continue reading

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Offering an opinion.

I just listened to a Time Warner infomercial selling pop music from the 1950’s. It was refreshing when compared to the music I hear on TV and the radio today. These artists may not have been any more talented than … Continue reading

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Moving On

In January of 2009 I knew it was time to retire from my career of nearly thirty-five years. Prior to that time I never sensed a need or a desire to move on, my career was a blessing. What changed? … Continue reading

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Focus

Shortly after my 40th birthday I had trouble seeing well enough to read. I was unable to focus on the things closest to me. Yet at age 69, my vision for things far away remains as clear as it has … Continue reading

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Holiness

I know it from within and I see it on Facebook. We Christians frequently resist holiness. To be sure we are mostly holy but we withhold a little here and a little there. My theory is we resist God’s efforts … Continue reading

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