Serving on a jury rather than as a witness requires a completely different perspective.
My father was a wonderful man, but it was only his belief in Jesus that allowed him to be “carried by angels to Abraham’s side.” He was a man of great pride, yet this did not keep him from recognizing his need for forgiveness.
When I rise up and when I go to sleep, the longing deep within my soul is for those I love.
When we thirst, we long for our thirst to be satisfied. But we who are human have many different thirsts.
Even on a clear day, even from a mountain top, we only know for sure the reality of this moment.
I wonder what would happen if voters actually voted according to what they believe is right.
It’s not hard to see why any nation can come to a place where the statement of its history reads, “You can see why there isn’t much left.”
It is difficult for us to let go of our personal biases to see the truth, even when it is as visible as a red bird sitting in a winter tree.
A young friend of mine is a single mother with four children. She lives in poverty, unable to work because of severe pain, ongoing illness, and disability. Even so, she … Continue reading Beyond the Trees
Today is Super Tuesday. Many voters will cast their ballots for one candidate or another.The candidates who take the lead will be a reflection of the character of our nation. At … Continue reading Super Tuesday
The Democratic party seems to have two options. Someone who is honest and someone who isn’t. I listened to Sander’s speech in Massachusetts today. He is the only candidate … Continue reading The Power of Transparency
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