Reluctant Therapist

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Difference Between YOU & ME … not much

Last week the mechanic said that my 2011 Jeep Liberty Limited with 130,000 miles needed some transmission work in the next month or two. This news coupled with the fact that my family grew by two 11 year-old foster boys… Continue Reading →

The Necessity of PAIN

Two things you can bet on: Humans pursue pleasure and avoid pain. Now, keep in mind, pleasure and pain are retaliative to the human; somebody’s pleasure may be another pain. Some people get great pleasure training for and completing a… Continue Reading →

Christianity ain’t Natural

  What would I do if I met Christ? APOLOGIZE on behalf of my brothers and sisters. If Christianity was only a club with a history of over 2000 years. I would not belong. Mainly because half of the members are… Continue Reading →

Smart Dumb People

Smart dumb is an oxymoron, like military intelligence, the two words don’t seem to go together. Oxusmoros is Greek for see that guy on the Ox? He’s a moron. Actually, it is New Latin from Greek oxumōron, from oxus sharp +… Continue Reading →

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