Monthly Archives: November 2015

Think and Thank

To thank is to think and to think is to thank. Sound profound? Well, put in a negative way you could also say that if you don’t think then you won’t thank and if you don’t thank you won’t think. … Continue reading

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Holding On in Turbulent Times

One of my resources tells this fascinating story: Greg Asimakoupoulos tells of a commuter flight from Portland, Maine, to Boston. The pilot, Henry Dempsey, heard an unusual noise near the rear of the small aircraft. He turned the controls over … Continue reading

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A Happy Life

A sign I saw on a wall read, For a happy life, you need three things: Someone to love, Something to do, Something to look forward to. This statement attributed to Rita Mae Brown (not related to me) in Hiss … Continue reading

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Eyes Are Watching YOU!

Clergyman,, George W. Truett (1867-1944), told this story which illustrates how God is always watching us: In the American Civil War, one of the officers of the Southern armies was taken as prisoner, and kept for quite awhile in a … Continue reading

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