One way or another, you are salt. You can be salt to slow the decay of the world. Or you can be salt that is trampled on by the decaying world.
Hard times are coming. Mother can wait no longer. We must fill our jars and tell others to do the same.
My friend was playing some Johnny Cash as we worked together remodeling his rental property one day. As I worked on a kitchen backsplash, I half listened to a song that I gathered was about a pub where people would come from miles around just to hear one particular song in the jukebox. Apparently, thatContinue reading “Miserere: Mercy is worth the drive”
A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another.
Some pictures of a recent kayak trip.
Your natural beauty is so much enhanced when the light of God shines through you.
By saying kindness is everything, it is implied that one must be kind under all circumstances and that in the event kindness is at odds with truth, one must default to kindness at the expense of truth.
I recently read The Stranger by Albert Camus. The main character, for some critics, is admirably stoic, not willing to bend his will to the absurdity of life, faithful to his nihilistic ideals. Some think that Merusault does a heroic job of controlling or ignoring his human emotions because of his firm belief that nothingContinue reading “Albert Camus’ The Stranger is a Stranger to Things of the Spirit”
“Give unto Caesar what is Caesar’s and give unto God what is God’s.” Luke 20:25 “For ye are bought with a price: therefore glorify God in your body, and in your spirit, which are God’s.” 1 Corinthians 6:20 I am accepting the religious exemption from the vaccine mandate for teachers in the State of Washington.Continue reading “My acceptance of a religious exemption from the vaccines”
This is a true story copied directly from a recent email by ChinaAid. I have changed the names to Americanize it and embellished the story with the mention of Facebook instead of Wechat. I figure we might as well get used to hearing what our future sounds like.