High in the Himalayan mountains lived a wise old man. Periodically, he ventured down into the local village to entertain the villagers with his special knowledge and talents. One of his skills was to psychically tell the villagers the contents in their pockets, boxes, or minds. A few young boys from the village decided to play a joke on the wise old man and discredit his … [Read more...] about Village Elder Chooses Wisely – Will You?
When it comes to religion, theology, and the great questions of life is there really such a thing as an “easy read?” Some time ago my brother lent me the book Now, That’s a Good Question! by R.C Spoul, a theologian, pastor and teacher. For a book that tackles more than 300 questions about life and faith in Christ, it is a fairly easy read. In most cases the answer to a … [Read more...] about Now, That’s a Good Question
Last night I was clearing out more than 8 years of old emails. It was an great way to thin out the clutter of life and reconnect with things long forgotten, much like sifting through an old foot looker or a shoebox full of mementos. Some of the memories were very good and others, I could live without; however, as the quote below suggests they are part of me regardless. "What … [Read more...] about Digging into the Past
“When I was young and free and my imagination had no limits, I dreamed of changing the world. As I grew older and wiser I discovered the world would not change – So I shortened my sights somewhat and decided to change only my country, But it too seemed immovable. As I grew into my twilight years, in one last desperate attempt, I settled for changing only my family, those … [Read more...] about How to Change the World