Monthly Archives: December 2013

Five Steps to Inner Peace and Happiness

In everyone’s life there are people and events that tend to annoy us.  These annoyances affect the quality of our life.  Some have more annoying factors than others, but there are five basic steps you can take to lower the … Continue reading

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Defeating Funk

There are times in our lives where a funk demon gets into our brains and while wandering around, does all it can to make our lives miserable. This affects our perception of life around us and the quality thereof. If … Continue reading

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Yesterday

Yesterday was one of those days that no one wishes for and anyone who has to go through it is grateful that it is past.  Yesterday we learned that my aunt, who is 84 years old and lives alone, had … Continue reading

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Christmas Traditions

Years ago, when my family was young, I started a tradition for us to open Christmas presents on Christmas Eve and save Christmas day for honoring the Christ child. It is a tradition we’ve had for about 30 years now. … Continue reading

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Christmas Eve

Tomorrow is Christmas Eve, the day my family always has our Christmas dinner, spend the day together, and open our gifts to each other.  We do this so that we may reserve Christmas day for reflection on the reason for the … Continue reading

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Enough is Enough

Ok, enough is enough.  Phil Robertson had the right to say his peace. No matter what some say, he did not spew hatred or bigotry. When asked, he listed some sins, said we are all sinners and he does not … Continue reading

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Christmas – The Rest of the Story

Many Christians celebrate Christmas on December 25th each year even though some experts claim it was more likely in March and others say June when Jesus was born.  Why would we celebrate the 2nd most important Holy day in December … Continue reading

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