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Keeping Perspective

I never posted my last blog post…. that’s two or three I wrote that never got online! Well, I hope this one is luckier.

A day or two ago, this writing prompt from WordPress arrived in my inbox: 1,060 more words

Lost In Thought

Fear is a Choice

The other day I heard a political commentator mention how they noticed on a recent trip outside North America how comparatively happy most people are compared to those of us living in the land of the free. 1,272 more words


I've Learned

As we age, we gain wisdom through the rear view mirror. Pay attention to that view.

I’ve learned that having the last word doesn’t mean you’ve won and that silence doesn’t sound like defeat. 315 more words


Painfully Grateful, Tragically Optimistic

While it is easy to be grateful for the abundance of gifts in our lives, especially on Thanksgiving -all of the goodness – our freedom, our families, friends and the food on our table, it’s appreciation for those that have caused us hurt and pain that give us a real opportunity to truly grow and evolve. 125 more words



At 6:45 am I awoke to a beautiful sunrise – bright oranges and pinks. After the announced sun made its appearance, it was the brightest thing in the sky.  218 more words

Time With The Lord

new experiences

new experiences erase memories
words may be reworded
steps retraced
but deeds are imprinted forever
… reluctant forgiveness


As Far As The East Is From The West.

I admit, I am by no stretch of the imagination a perfect human being. I would love to take this post and tell you I am a man who can forgive and forget all offenses. 195 more words