He has a lullaby voice and a great booming laugh.
He carries a French horn case instead of a briefcase.
At motels he sometimes registers as “representing” Mother Earth or the Cutting Edge of Reality. 2,483 more words
The following blog entry is based on a previously posted Examiner.com article.
The Verse of the Day for March 14, 2015 is a passage from II Peter 1:5-8 in the New Living Translation which offers a formula which, if applied consistently, can lead to greater spiritual growth and development: 323 more words
One day the great Mulla Nasruddin was invited to deliver a sermon. First thing out of his mouth was, “Do you know what I’m going to say?” The response was NO and at that, he announced, “I have no desire to speak to people who don’t even know what I will be talking about!” and with that he left. 2,755 more words
On January 7 of this year, the French satirical weekly magazine called Charlie Hebdo was the target of a terrorist attack. Twelve people died. Witnesses said they had heard the gunmen shouting, “We have avenged the Prophet Muhammad” and “God is Great” in Arabic while calling out the names of the journalists who dared portray the founder of Islam in irreverent ways. 2,261 more words
“Turn your wounds into wisdom,” says Oprah Winfrey. She’s on the same page as countless others. “Do you not see,” said the poet John Keats, writing hundreds of years earlier,” how necessary a world of pains and troubles is to school an intelligence and make it a soul?” … 2,358 more words