No Man is an Island

February 10, 2012 by  
Filed under Personal Development, Society

“No man is an island.” This saying reflects the truth that we are all interconnected. No man can truly succeed when isolated from others; we depend on one another. There’s no place, culture, race or people better than another. It takes the sum of all to make up the human race. Obviously, we are currently […]

The Perfect Government

April 10, 2010 by  
Filed under Kingdom of God, Society

In October and November 2008, general elections were held in Canada and America respectively. The results of the Canadian elections were predictable. That is the way elections have seemingly unfolded over the past few decades: short and sweet with a little bit of controversy here and there. There was nothing earth-shattering or historically significant as […]

From the 5th to the 10th Degree

December 21, 2008 by  
Filed under Personal Development

I’m an advocate of the ‘old school.’ I like being old fashioned in more ways than I can count. One of the most important items considered old fashion today is the Bible. It’s pretty old, but by no means is it ‘old fashion.’ The Bible may be old, but the more we read it, the […]

The Road Not Taken

Scared…big…beautiful…best describe my memory of church when I was about 5 years old. I have some good memories of the years we attended, although they come in bits and pieces. One day, I can recall being scared standing in front of this huge structure. As we were about to enter through the large, blonde, wooden […]

Christmas Goes Overboard

Years ago, at Christmas you were fortunate to get an extra lump of coal in your stocking to warm yourself by the pot belly stove. Times were very hard and many didn’t have much. Occasionally, your mother was able to surprise the whole family with an extra piece of meat and, perhaps, bake some plum […]

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