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- Trendy Phrases Lead to Shallow Talk
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- We’re Not Turning into Zombies, Are We?
- What Is Freedom? And Are We Free?
- Whom Do We Trust?
- We Need Time to Think
- Some Things Are Out of Our Control
- Afraid? Don’t Be. You Have the Courage You Need
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This last week on Facebook was one of general fear, anxiety, panic and despair, not so much because everyone was in and out of relationships, or because Lucky Slots wasn’t doing well, but because too many Christians are preparing for the … Continue reading →
Like various government, corporate, and financial agencies, I scroll through Facebook to get an idea of how the populace is thinking, and the other day someone posted a video clip of Air Force Lt. General McInerney — somber, serious, and very … Continue reading →
This has gone on long enough. It’s time to discuss the smiley face — 🙂 Isn’t it adorable? I confess that I just learned how to create it by reading an E-How article. 🙂 I’ll stop now. I know you’re tired … Continue reading →
Younger women — under 35 — may find this odd, but not so many years ago, a married woman did not appear on a credit card account as a real person. As the wife of her husband, she was presumably allowed … Continue reading →
In order to extract maximum impact from today’s literary essay, you need to pretend that you’re sitting in a crowded room, staring at a PowerPoint presentation on the giant screen in front of you. You’re staring at a PowerPoint presentation … Continue reading →
So many people want me to like them, I feel as if I were back in high school or junior high. Thank God I’m not; once was enough. This time around’s a little different though. Instead of being accosted in … Continue reading →
Sex, religion, politics – funny how the most interesting topics are the ones we’re not supposed to address in polite company, that is, if we’re determined to keep things polite. While most of the time I am prosaically non-confrontational, I … Continue reading →