I have always enjoyed discovering heartwarming, inspirational, and motivational stories and anecdotes for my blog. Every once in a while, I like to “change gears” and read poems and quotes written by others. I have always been fascinated by how every individual writes poetry… Continue Reading ““Perhaps I Never Will””
There was a young man who had been diagnosed with a terminal illness and had been given three months to live. So as he was getting his things ‘in order,’ he contacted his Priest and had him come to his house to discuss certain… Continue Reading “A Man and a Fork”
We all love super heroes. When most of us were growing up, we always had a role model, someone we looked up to, or a super hero that we wanted to be when we grew up. It was fun thinking (and sometimes still do)… Continue Reading “The Story of a REAL Superman!”
There are many times in our lives when life seems good…everything is going well, we are healthy, making money, have plenty of food to eat, we have great families and friends, and the list goes on. But sometimes, the tables get turned and we… Continue Reading “Why Life Is Like a Camera…”
I came across this little, fun way to pray many, many years ago that I always thought was a pretty good idea and a terrific way to remember not only who or what to pray for…but HOW to pray. This is beautiful – and it… Continue Reading “The Five Fingers of Prayers”
Years ago a John Hopkin’s professor gave a group of graduate students this assignment: Go to the slums. Take 200 boys, between the ages of 12 and 16, and investigate their background and environment. Then predict their chances for the future. The students, after… Continue Reading “The Influence of One”
Every once in a while, I come across a story that reminds mes how important it is to keep the things that happen in our lives in proper perspective. Such is the case of today’s tale… Funerals are a somber moment, aren’t they? It’s… Continue Reading “The Talk of the Town”
I always think that it was fun to find “homemade recipes” that fought off all kinds of sicknesses, ailments, injuries, and a host of other things. So, when I found this list of recipes that probably all of our grandparents grew up making, I… Continue Reading “Grandma’s Secret Remedies”
Even Super Heroes need to wash their clothes!!
No dictionary has ever been able to define the difference between “complete” and “finished.” However, during a recent linguistic conference, held in London, England, Samsundar Balgobin, a Guyanese linguist, was asked to make that very distinction. The question by a colleague in the erudite… Continue Reading “The Great Debate: Complete or Finished?”
This is clever way to make your New Year resolutions with the help of a few cats. Enjoy and Have A Great Day!
I would like to take this time to personally invite you to visit my wife’s new blog pare created especially made for this time of year “Advent Celebrations.” Starting December 1 and all the way to Christmas Day, find new, daily holiday recipes, memories and… Continue Reading “An Advent Celebration!”
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