Monthly Archives: January 2017
One of the main things we do is work hard. It is celebrated in society. The harder we work, the more we succeed. Working hard is a part of life. In fact it can be fun. But is there a … Continue reading
My mind is made up. I want to feel happy now. The list is out there. Follow it. How many times has there been a simple solution for happiness? It makes sense. Happiness is what drives us and is what … Continue reading
I was playing outside with my daughter yesterday. We normally walk to the park, and play. She loves to just run around. We decided to go pick up sticks and throw rocks. There were some seeds that fell off … Continue reading
Everybody wants to work for themselves. Nobody ever said they want to have 2 or 3 people telling them what to do their whole lives. A way out is in high demand. Enter the era of entrepreneurs. We all want … Continue reading
We are all here for a reason. Some may know what it is, and others have yet to find it. Don’t fret. You are not alone. The feelings are set in motion. Your body is present, but your mind is … Continue reading
This is not referring to a blank check. (As much as you might want it to be) Start the process. What process? Any process. It’s troubling. I know. Try it to be sure. For starters, you gotta start somewhere. … Continue reading
My mind is constantly in array. It is always active. Maybe that’s because a lot is going on. So much is happening nowadays. The news is crazy. People are even crazier. We here about crazy stuff all the time.
My little girl has eczyma. For folks out there who don’t know what that is, its a blotchy skin condition that leaves behind red scratchy marks on my daughter’s body. It is known to be fairly common. Like all things … Continue reading
I read books that aren’t by Christian authors. Oh no! Aren’t you going to be too influenced by these guys? Aren’t they going to push their ideas into your head and become a part of who you are? Well, … Continue reading
My mind is constantly working. Should that matter? The truth is, that in this age of when we are constantly distracted and thinking about meaningless things, we can lose a sense of purpose. We are afraid.