Tag: Morals

I Need Your Help!

I am getting ready to write another blog called, “THINGS I HAVE LEARNED.” So…I am asking your help…please share with me, in one or two sentences, “What is something that you have learned during your life? (that you would like to share with others / give them advice for with life). I will just post…

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When I Grow Up

I remember when I was a little boy, watching and following my dad everywhere and wondering to myself what it would be like to be a “grown-up” and whether or not I would ever be as good as him. My father was a photographer who had his own little studio where he would take family…

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Easter…With A Nod to Dr. Seuss

Around the world, millions upon millions of people celebrate one of the holiest and most blessed days of the year, the death and resurrection of Jesus. It is through that beautiful hope and promise that Christians base their faith upon, that like Jesus, we too will be someday resurrected and live with Him for eternity.…

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A Prayer for the Times

The world has been brought to a stand-still and millions of people around the world are struggling and need a sense of peace and comfort. This is a prayer that was recently posted by a friend of mine whose friend is a Lutheran pastor. I thought that this supplication would be something worth sharing to…

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When This Corona Virus is Over, Let’s Never Forget…

During the course of the past few weeks, the Corona Virus has had a huge impact on the daily lives of people all over the world. Millions and millions of families and individuals are restricted to staying in their homes, keeping away from parks, theaters, eateries, and a host of other places where people would…

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Things Humans Can Learn from a Dog

They say that dogs are man’s best friends and that’s true. But there are many great things that we as humans can learn from our little furry pets that can help better our lives and give us a better outlook on life. I decided to share with you a few things that people can learn…

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Love and Time

    How valuable is your time and how much of it do you REALLY use to show your love towards others? The following little story puts the importance of our time, love, and other unseen attributes of our life in perspective. Once upon a time, there was an island where all the feelings lived:…

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Seven Lovely Logics

The following are some great thoughts to live by… Seven Lovely Logics Make peace with your past so it doesn’t spoil your present. What others think of you is none of their business. Time heals almost everything…give the time, some time. No one is the reason for your happiness except you yourself. Don’t compare your…

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Three Simple Stories of Truths

For thousands and thousands of years, numerous people have tried to explain simple concepts and truths that have stood the test of time. Well, I have some good news!! A little while ago, I came across three short stories that illustrate three Truths in simple and straightforward ways. The tales are brief but mighty in…

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Unconditional Friendship

There is nothing more special and meaningful in a person’s life to have that one or two special friends that you hold the closest and dearest to your heart. It was once said that truly great friends are hard to find, difficult to leave, and impossible to forget. It is so true! True and genuine…

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Burnt Biscuits

Unconditional kindness and compassion for others should be our core focus every day of our lives. I recently came across the following story, written by an unknown author, which illustrates this lesson…one that we all should remember to do each day. When I was a kid, my Mom liked to make breakfast food for dinner…

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The Last King

Resentment. Anger. Bitterness. Animosity. These are some words that have described the attributes that some individuals have allowed to grab hold of their hearts. In turn, this poison has led to a breakdown in their friendships, relationships, and interactions with others. Leon Brown once said, “Bitterness is a result of clinging to negative experiences. It…

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