We often hear people say in a smugness manner: “I’m not religious! I’m spiritual.” This must be the correct way of saying: “I have faith but don’t subscribe to a particular faith.” What does that exactly mean? Suppose you applied that logic to money: “I have money but I don’t have cash, assets or available… Continue reading Why I need organized religion
There is so much powerful and interesting aspects about the War of Independence in 1776- deciding which 7 is pretty difficult. The mystical fog that landed on the Hudson River, which helped General Washington to go from Brooklyn across with his troops unseen and unheard into the Manhattan island, is a miracle in itself. This… Continue reading 7 interesting facts you didn’t know about the War of Independence
Like a thief in the night, Confederate statues were removed at Austin, Texas and throughout the nation. The quarrelsome that quickly unfolded afterwards is expected. It’s at the point where these “cause and reaction” events are getting predictable, at the cost of our country’s history. When there was a mass shooting at Charleston Church South… Continue reading Smashing Confederate statues benefits who?
Which do you fall into? We all know or at least know of someone who is rich. For now, let’s just define a person with wealth as an individual who doesn’t live paycheck to paycheck- they can sleep comfortably at night with no financial stress. Now these people would be considered upper class. Surely, since… Continue reading The two type of thinkers: Future Thinkers and Present Thinkers
When alone. After you shut off your television. The articles and google alerts are enough- so you turn off your computer and phone. You spoke with several people already about the tragedies that seem to be occurring every day in this country. Everything has already sank in at this point. You had enough of this… Continue reading Thou Shalt Not Bear False Witness