Monthly Archives: December 2013
“In every conceivable way, family is link to the past, and bridge to the future” – Alex Haley. First – a disclaimer: I am struggling to write this morning on my new device (I suppose you could call it an early Christmas gift), an i-pad. And though it is wonderful for addictions such as facebook, […]
“My idea of Christmas, whether old-fashioned or modern, is very simple: loving others. Come to think of it, why do we have to wait for Christmas to do that?” ~Bob Hope Time is flying. We seem to notice this in December more than any other month, as Christmas is upon us (already?) and the year […]
“Everyone thinks of changing the world, but no one thinks of changing himself.”~ Leo Tolstoy. I am an impatient person, of this I am fully aware. I have to consciously make myself wait, breathe, and allow things to happen. We are often dissatisfied with our life, our jobs, the people we share space with, […]
Originally posted on Friday Morning Messages:
We are a society that is seduced by packaging. At Christmas time we can buy beautifully prepackaged sets of products. Unfortunately when we open them up, we find tiny bottles and a whole lot of garbage. The same is true of our leaders. So often we hear fiery rhetoric,…
Friday Morning Message: “Rhetoric is not important. Actions are.” – Nelson Mandela.