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Dreadlocks

What is this man doing? Well, I have news for him.
I am talking to myself again.

Let me back up.
We went to a jazz concert last week. 471 more words

Spiritual

Loving As Christ Loved

Guest Author: Elsa Thomas

In college, I’ve noticed that I don’t really “like” some people as much as I should. Every time I pass by them, I try not to make eye contact and if unfortunately I do, I just give them a quick smile and walk away, avoiding to initiate any conversation. 624 more words

Stay Focused

My Dear Stranger

Lying awake in the middle of the night, I think of my stranger.  I wonder how he is doing.  His words replay in my mind.   525 more words

Christianity

Easter done Cole style

I will start off by saying that this post is not meant to take away from the true meaning of what Easter is about. It is not about the new outfit worn to church on Easter Sunday (even though my blog started out about clothing and will be about our outfits worn today) or bunnys, eggs and candy (where did that even come from?). 1,562 more words

Sugar and booze.....

My husband lost one hundred pounds in his late teens and kept it off until his thirties.  Now he has gained it back and is a big guy, but he is so much more than a big guy.  953 more words

Virtue of justice: Judging others and self

For most of us, judging others is challenging, but it is also necessary. Why? For those who abide by conventional morality, judging others is challenging because the conventional morality of altruism teaches us that we should be tolerant, compassionate, merciful, and not judge others at all. 685 more words

Altruism

Don't Forget Good Friday

There’s something in the air. Easter is almost upon us. But before we get there, let’s take a moment. Let’s remember Christ crucified, Christ beaten and belittled and spat upon. 290 more words

Life Lessons