Praying Made Easy. 14. To Release Judgment.

How hard is it to release judgment? I know it can be a major task. Whether judgment of an individual, of an event, of what someone says or does, of a group of people. The list can go on and on and on. it Iis one thing to make and hold a judgment and subsequently […]

Posted on February 28, 2018 at 5:53 am by Tim · Permalink · Comments Closed
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Praying Made Easy. 13. To Forgive Yourself

Forgive yourself first, and it’s easier to forgive another. Publius Syrius, a Latin writer, said: “How unhappy is he who cannot forgive himself.” It has to be easier and forgiving someone else from a happy state. Even if we’re not needing to forgive someone else, that happy state’s a better place to be. Scientific research […]

Posted on February 19, 2018 at 5:39 am by Tim · Permalink · Comments Closed
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Wrong Side of the Door.

By day 3 of the cruise, Cindy and I were well acquainted with the evening dinner routine, the others at our table (#408) and our serving team, Nadan, Darko and Josephus. They were impressive. Their dedication to pleasing the customers was superlative. The effort (time+energy+enthusiasm) with which they performed was inspiring. Their smiles were constant […]

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Morning Prayer 37/100. Scratch outs

“Scratch outs. It’s important to hold the line on scratch outs.” Speaking was the department chairperson at the school where I began as an English teacher. He went on to explain that no paper was to be accepted if scratch outs that were total blackouts of a word or phrase. “Only single line scratch outs can […]

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