This is the second Christmas since my diagnosis. It is how I measure time, now. Let me share with you some thoughts today! Continue reading “Merry Christmas!”
Christmas is my favorite time of year. Closely followed by Easter. Both religious holidays, both integral to Christianity. But I prefer Christmas, and I’ll tell you why, but first I want you to guess. It probably isn’t what you think. Continue reading “Light up the night!”
Ok, so I’m a bigot, and I hate freedom and the military. Great. Here’s part two. Continue reading “A thought experiment on Veterans Day, part 2”
When I was young, this was something that I heard often. It made sense, kinda, in an intellectual way, and was a fulfilling spiritual exercise.
Ok, to be honest, no it didn’t. So now I’m 36 and I’m finally going to explore this concept. Continue reading ““Offer it up!””
Today I was reminded of a man who doesn’t care about your rules and norms, but what he believes is right. So I’ll share his story and what we can learn.
I often say that phrase, when thinking about plane crashes or drug side effects or car accidents. It is a very selfish phrase because it assumes only about me – I’m already dying, what could be worse?
Well, I found out. Continue reading “What’s the worst that can happen?”
It has occurred to me that the story of Our Lady of Lourdes is not necessarily known by all. So, today on our trip there, I thought I’d share the story with you all and why it is so important. Continue reading “We’re going to Lourdes”