Category Archives: Relationships

Sports Cliches and Judgment Days

One of the most maddening things about March Madness is hearing the same old sports cliches a dozen times a day. Continue reading

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Better than Oatmeal

According to Quaker Oats, a bowl of their product is a great way to start your day and lower your cholesterol. Choosing to be our best self might be an even better start! Continue reading

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Riding the Long Hills and Singing in the Dark

Singing old hymns together in the car gave me good memories of my dad… and much more. Continue reading

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Think Not Too Lightly of Life’s Little Things

In the same way the least bit of light can shine through the darkness, our kindness and encouragement can lift the hearts of others. Continue reading

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The Fine Art of Apology

Know someone who just can’t ever admit they’re wrong about anything? Only one thing you can do for someone like that… Continue reading

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Something Deeper, Stronger, Better

There is something… in all that is truly good… something stronger than the storm… Continue reading

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Beyond Bumper Stickers

When we define and align ourselves based on opinion, we invite division. Things like honesty, decency, and compassion ought to matter more. Continue reading

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