Responsible Parents, Responsible Children

January 8, 2009 by  
Filed under Personal Development

In this Age of the Internet, electronic gadgets, wireless technology, and an ever-changing media, children are in no way short of options to shape their thinking. Over the years, repeated studies have shown that television has considerable influence over our children, not to mention the often-reported cases of children being lured online by unscrupulous individuals […]

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 […]

A Mother’s Love

December 21, 2008 by  
Filed under Personal Development, Poems

Nine months I had spent inside my mother’s womb, born so beautiful like flowers in bloom. She didn’t have an abortion because she cares; she had shown me love, compassion without fear. Tears ran from her eyes as she cried, the nurse slapped me on my bottom, made sure I was alive. When I uttered […]

Till Death Do Us Part

December 21, 2008 by  
Filed under Personal Development, Society

Teenagers today are immersed in a world that glamorizes violence, sexuality, and the hedonistic lifestyle. Homicide and suicide remain amongst the leading causes of death for the 15-24 year old age group. This discouraging trend shows no indication of decline and only scratches the surface of the turmoil young people face today—most of which is […]

One Wish and One Wish Only

Imagine you are stranded on the most desolate island tired, hungry, and thirsty. Beyond the horizon, you see a bright shining light; you start walking towards it hoping for some sort of survival equipment. Upon your amazement all you see is a lamp; you rub this lamp and up pops a genie who says you […]

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