Category Archives: Culture

At The Gym

Men and women have dragged themselves out of bed to this place to exercise.   Obviously they believe in the benefits to their minds and bodies, but for some it goes beyond that.  For some it is the path to … Continue reading

Posted in Adaptability, Aging, Appearance, Culture, Exercise, Feelings, Focus, Health, Manliness, Perseverance, Resolutions, Stress, weight loss | Leave a comment

Three Similar Stories, But Different Coverage for One: Are We Just a Statistic?

  Over the last few days there have been three news items dealing with unexpected deaths that seem to have been given quite different treatments by the news media in America.  The first was the crash of a Russian airliner … Continue reading

Posted in Art, Belief, Conflict, Country, Culture, Death, Entertainment, Famous People, Grief, Humanity, Life, Loss, Military, Music, Peace, Politics, Russia, Self-Worth, Uncategorized | Leave a comment

I Am Never Alone

Regardless of how I feel, I am connected.  I am connected visually to those who see me at any given moment in time.  I am connected by line of sight to everything I can see outside my windows.  I am … Continue reading

Posted in Acceptance, Balance, Belief, Crucifixion, Culture, Depression, Faith, Feelings, Holidays, Perseverance, Perspective, relationships, Self-Worth, Spirituality, Status, Thankfulness, Unity | 2 Comments

Wondering as I Wander

Whatever Happened to my Paper Route? Whatever happened to my paper route?  It was my first coming of age experience, so an important building block of my life as it is today.   Like all experiences of that nature, it … Continue reading

Posted in Adventures, Aging, Children, Conflict, Culture, Employment, Love of Money, Memory, Newspaper, Perseverance, Perspective, The Past | 2 Comments

Cultural Differences

Part of a daily devotional series at Words of Hope (https://woh.org/word/devotionals/2013/03/16) looking at how people in the Bible handled tough situations: Read Matthew 8:5-13 What made this man think that a Jewish rabbi—reported to have miraculous powers—would help him? He … Continue reading

Posted in Acceptance, Adaptability, Appearance, Christ, Culture, Diversity, Ethnicity, Faith, Focus, Foolishness, God, Grace, Healing, Health, Humanity, Identity, Perspective, Politics, Principles, Priorities, Race, relationships, Religion, Spirituality, Unity | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment