Monthly Archives: January 2015

“Admonish”

I have a homeless friend. This friend drinks too much. This requires money. He asked me for $. I didn’t have any money and then he asked my boss for $ and was verbally pushy about it. She stood her … Continue reading

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I would rather have a rudder

A discussion about the validity of Christianity: a friend of mine, Scotie, shared a concept he had heard. He recounts, “Two friends were discussing faith; one a Christian and the other had studied many religions. Basically the Christian man said … Continue reading

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Inversion table with inverted thoughts

This is my first post after getting an inversion table. I am literally typing on my phone upside down! …That was challenging. Okay, I’m using voice command now. So far, I have been pleased with the results. I listened to … Continue reading

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The look of ecstasy in his eyes

Earlier in the day I found myself complaining because the clicker to my car was not working. Later that day the homeless man with a look of ecstasy in his eyes, explained the joyous rapture of sitting on the couch … Continue reading

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What are your boats and nets?– JMT

Mark 1:14-20 I was introduced to the music ofJohn Michael Talbot back when I was in high school by a brother in Christ I was raised Roman Catholic. He has a very interesting history: he was Protestant and then converted … Continue reading

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Synapsis and water

“Extend the firing to improve the wiring” this is a quote by Dr. Rick Hanson and he’s the author of the book, Hardwiring Happiness: The New Brain Science of Contentment, Calm, and Confidence. Basically Dr. Hanson is saying that if … Continue reading

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This is not my Obligatory 2015 post

For many years I have made New Year’s resolutions.for almost a year now I have been listening to Jeff Sanders podcast called the 5 AM Miracle, and he suggested people do not do a year-long resolution but to break it … Continue reading

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