Posted on Tuesday, November 5, 2013
in Emotional, How To, Relational, Spiritual, Values
One of my favorite wedding dances is the Cha-Cha Slide. It’s an easy to follow song with an accompanying dance. The song includes the instructions: Reverse-Reverse.
Last night I had written “The Reverse Game” for this morning – I’m smiling even as I type this – but (pun-intended) God reversed my course. Spending time with God can be like that, a dance. God has the lead and we’re trying to follow along.
In my dance with God one of my daily routines includes reading my Bible. I often include one of several daily devotionals I own. This morning I read Sarah Young’s Jesus Calling entry and it seemed a perfect followup to yesterday’s Happiness IS Possible.
As I was approaching fifty years old I sought the wisdom of my elders. I sought out men and women older than I was to learn lessons on life that they had been learning.
Monday I began a series entitled A Treasure Chest Of Wisdom, including:
1. Don’t Hold Grudges
2. Take Care Of Your Health.
3. Compassion Makes Sense and Giving Is Better Than Taking
Today is the day after Thanksgiving known as Black Friday. A nationwide marketing “holiday” to trigger sales in anticipation of holiday gift-giving and gatherings.
Posted on Tuesday, November 22, 2011
in Emotional, Financial, Relational, Social, Values
I’m not a hunter, but I can relate to the feelings that many of my hunting friends have enjoyed. I love thinking about food, the hunt for food, capturing my food, preparing and consuming my food.
My love for food — like many loves — can easily be mismanaged.
I loved Arby’s “5 for $5.95” deal. I remember sitting in an Arby’s with a freshly filled bag of Arby’s Beef and Cheddar sandwiches — toasted bun, piled high with sliced beef, a doll up of tasty cheddar cheese, complimented by Arby’s Sauce and Horsey Sauce. Since Arby’s no longer sells that amazing sandwich a quick search turned up the nutrition information. 1