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Religion, Gay marriage and My Daughter.

To say that I am truly religious would be a lie. I am not a religious person. I believe there is something though, and to contradict myself even further, I call that something God. 1,520 more words

Kaboodle Ramblings

My Loyalty Dilemma

I was not born in the United States. Deciding to become an American was not an easy nor lighthearted decision. It took me many years to become convinced that being an American was better than being a citizen of my former country. 382 more words


Bill reblogged this on The Think Tank and commented:

To be or not to be - the oath of America for which does it stand now.

IDS (Irritable Duncan Syndrome)

Just a follow-up to yesterday’s posting. I received this in my in-box today.

I just wanted to clarify my point and it seems I was right. 118 more words

Guns in Church a discussion of Luke 22:36

A few days ago there was a terrible tragedy in Charleston, SC. A young man walked into the Mother Emmanuel AME church, and after sitting with the Wednesday night bible study group for nearly an hour, stood up and opened fire on them, killing nine. 1,341 more words


The Healed of Leprosy

As he entered a village there, ten lepers stood at a distance, crying out, “Jesus, Master, have mercy on us!”
He looked at them and said, “Go show yourselves to the priests.” And as they went, they were cleansed of their leprosy. 56 more words

Spiritual Learning

El silencio nos llama

En el valle del silencio resuena el eco de nuestra voz interior.

Este mundo en el cual sobran tantas palabras, juicios y críticas, pide a gritos que nos paremos, nos sentemos y aprendamos a escuchar a nuestra mente, a nuestros pensamientos y emociones y su efecto sobre nuestro cuerpo.

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