Monthly Archives: December 2015

I Wish You a Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas to my Christian friends and Happy Channukah to my Jewish friends. Call me politically incorrect, but this is the season during which we celebrate these two important religious holidays. Here in the United States we live in a … Continue reading

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Baby Its Cold Out There

Cold, of course, is relative. One person may be bundled up while the person next to him or her is wearing shorts and a t-shirt. Cold and heat bother us, but the absolute temperature does not bother us as much … Continue reading

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My New Book

My latest book, Gone Running and Gone, is now available on Amazon.com as a Kindle book. If you are a member, you can also borrow it from their library. Better yet, you can down load it Free from December 11, 2015 and … Continue reading

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Ethics are not Dead

There is a spark of hope in this world where so many people think they can define right and wrong to their benefit. There is a spark of hope in this world where so many people think morality is based … Continue reading

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Life is Fragile

What is the difference between life and death? How much warning does the average person have of impending death? Yesterday afternoon, I stopped at our church building to set mouse traps. I noticed a strange car in our parking lot. … Continue reading

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