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This blog has been dormant for a while. I hope to “wake it up” soon (and I see a backlog of comments that need to go through moderation). This article is not a “waking up”, really. I wrote the following, … Continue reading
See that little angel? He is constitutionally a tyrannical dictator. He is the most important person in his world. Continue reading
What is worse than lacking self-control? Lacking self-control and being unwilling to admit it and take advantage of some of the help available to bring it under control.
I’ll give the statement, without commentary. You get to do the thinking about it (although the tags at the bottom of the post may give some triggers, if you are stuck). Thank God every morning when you get up, that you have something … Continue reading
“A good man leaveth an inheritance to his children’s children: and the wealth of the sinner is laid up for the just” (Proverbs 13:22). I’ve written about this proverb twice before ( Part One, Part Two), but I’d like to discuss … Continue reading