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Staying High

flying bald eagle

Whatever demagogues would have us believe about our country, we can be proud of each other until the time our government works not to make America great again, but one that recognizes and builds on the greatness we have achieved throughout our history and works to uphold the principles We the People believe in.

Be Careful …

Wishing woman
Photo credit: Stefan Keller

Be careful what you wish for
For it could soon be yours
And once you have it in your hand
You may not want it anymore.

Big Brother Is Talking

foot crushing civilization
Photo Credit: Stefan Keller

Today our airwaves are being assaulted by the drone of newspeak. Big Brother was only the bogeyman in the closet until the Trump administration came into power. They have pushed him out and he walks among us.

World Without Walls

Hot Air Balloon Fest
Photo credit: Alfred Lichtenhauer

"Imagine all the people, sharing all the world. John Lennon"

What Do You BELIEVE?

stardust

photo credit: Pixabay

One question that comes from believers confuses me.
"Aren't you afraid of finding out there is a God after you die?"

Sin Is a 4-Letter Word

Sin
Picture credit: Gellinger

Sin can be defined as the negative aspect of the human rationale of right and wrong that varies from culture to culture.
Throughout the world, there are at least 80 words for sin, but what is sin, really?

Staying Related

Just Married

Just Married

How do you get from here ↑ to there ↓ ?

Still Married

Still Married

Alone Again

Kitten Alone
Photo credit: George Bonev

The Girl Scout song goes,
"Make new friends but keep the old.
One is silver and the other is gold.
"

but sometimes we can't "keep the old."

When Love Leaves You Alone

Cher asks, "Do You Believe in Life After Love?"
The Bee Gees asked "How Can You Mend a Broken Heart?"
It all boils down to how you survive when love leaves you alone.

Morality: Looking Before
Leaping on Faith Alone

sitting on the edge

At one point or another, every parent hears their child say, “I didn’t meant to” or “I didn’t try to.” Sometimes all that is needed is a nod and a, “I know. It’s okay.” Other times something more is called for. One of my favorite responses was “You didn’t try not to.”