Questions, questions, questions, what’s with all the questions? It is healthy though to ask questions especially about life, the universe and everything else. But I can assure you that there is a lot more to the answer than just forty-two. Many people ask questions about life. They study anatomy and physiology, the psychology of manContinue reading “The Answer is not 42”
If ever there was a time when a man had every right to be belligerent, frustrated, angry and confused, Paul was the man and this was the place. But Paul never said the glass is half empty, he never doubted that every circumstance he found himself in was not being orchestrated by his Savior andContinue reading “2 Timothy 4:6”
My wife and I have six wonderful children, four boys and two girls and we love them like no other. So that there’s no misunderstanding of what I’m about to say, parents who love their children are doubly blessed (Ps 127:3-5). So, what I’m going to say is this; I have come to realise thatContinue reading “Sons and Daughters”
After the death of actor and comedian Robin Williams, his will resulted in a legal dispute between his 3 children and his wife. He had left all of his $100 million estate to his children with the addition that his wife would get to live in the house in Tiburon, and the children would inheritContinue reading “His Last Will and Testament”
This poem I wrote in 2012. As I looked into bathroom mirror after arising from bed one morning the train-wreck that stared back at me prompted this poem. I’ll have to cut me hair today, me hair it’s gone all wrong.It’s old and grey and very coarse like a sailor and his song.A patch ofContinue reading “Oh! Me Hair”
It never ceases to amaze me how authors flex their vocabulary muscles. Writers are amazing, especially those who grant us the benefit of their experience with the “How to Write” genre. Authors such as William Zinsser, Roy Peter Clarke, Andrew T. Le Peau and of course Willian Strunk Jr. I have read, read and re-readContinue reading “It’s not easy but it’s enjoyable”
Australian author of yesteryear Banjo Patterson once wrote a poem titled “The Man From Snowy River.” The opening stanza of this poetical story tells of an incredible prize, in the form of a colt, that had escaped its corral. A thousand pounds they say the colt was worth in 1890, which nowadays would equate toContinue reading “Called to Action”
Inquiring of the Lord! What a novel idea. Seriously though, inquiring of the Lord should be so second nature that those who observe our behavior should be asking “Why are you always talking to yourself?” Twice in Isaiah the Lord encourages us to “Come, let us reason together…,” and again “Present your case says theContinue reading “Might I Inquire”
Most of us have heard of Survival and How-To guides. There are hundreds of these publications – each written for a specific purpose – from birth to death and everything imaginable in-between. Some of these guides are written by well-meaning authors, others are written by those who want to make a quick dollar, and still,Continue reading “Survival Guides”
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It’s probably the dumbest thing I’ve ever heard. Failure after success, defeat after victory. What does that even mean? In hot pursuit of meaning to this paradox I came across a perfect example. I found it in my favorite book no less, the Bible. His name is David and it’s a tragedy. In this bookContinue reading “Stay The Course”