Physically, mentally, and emotionally wounded service men and women struggle in America, now more than any other time in our modern era. After World War II, for every U.S. soldier killed, 1.7 soldiers returned wounded. After Iraq and Afghanistan, for every U.S. soldier killed, 7 soldiers returned wounded. (Source: “Turning Points,” February 2014/www.David Jeremiah.org) Why? […]
“When you hold resentment toward another, you are bound to that person or condition by an emotional link that is stronger than steel. Forgiveness is the only way to dissolve that link and get free.” – Katherine Ponder
Dedicated to anyone who ever felt lonely in a crowded room and most happiest at the computer
Diana Duncan is the source of inspiration in unplugging the cork on my creativity
Decision-driving gets you where you want to go safely. Learn some tips to increase your control behind the wheel of your vehicle.
Our small group enters the narrow street that resembles a corridor, just beyond the Plaza de España.
There are times, like today when a dust settles around my spirit and I feel, for lack of any better word, melancholy.
I am the age of the wind, bent like the top of a costal pine tree, young as the flowers of spring, shaped like the clouds on a blustery morn
The advice of the very successful Tycoon of Virgin Airlines and Virgin Mobile, Mr. Richard Branson, has caught my eye and ears open to what he has to say.
Think about it, we don’t want our children learning from a gun carrying teacher – talk to your own school system, as we did here, and everyone agreed a policeman should be on duty at every school – to provide and protect. Teachers are teachers, let them teach.