Monthly Archives: September 2013

Jesus is not enough

God bless nannies!  Imagine the life of Sherrie.  She is in her late twenties or early thirties and loves kids.  There are days, however, when she questions how long she will maintain her employment.  She is not always sure if … Continue reading

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Whole foods, vitamins, and the soul

Healthy living’s best benefits result from consuming whole foods, natural versus synthesized vitamins, and whole soul practices. Whole foods are foods that are unprocessed and unrefined, or processed and refined as little as possible, before being consumed.  They generally require … Continue reading

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Stand together or fall apart

Not recognizing the difference between an individual-in-community and individualism is common.  It is a common malady that is emaciating us. When was the last time you went to a movie or watched a television program?  Was the emphasis on a … Continue reading

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Separation anxiety

Worry is the root of separation anxiety.  While a normal part of childhood, it is unsettling to observe in an adult. A frequent flyer witnessed a parent in a major airport hub bawling her eyes out a few days ago. … Continue reading

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