I am thankful and grateful for all things God has brought me; and brought me through in 2020. I look forward to the new year. I go into it boldly with thanksgiving and praise. May there be much joy, happiness, prosperity and good health. And we continue to press towards the mark of excellence. Happy New Year!!!🎊🎉
The other day, I was sitting at the table and was trying to decide which salt to use; Table Salt or Sea Salt. My inner self quietly asked, “why do you need to add extra salt at all?” And I replied: Because I want it!! I love that taste and flavor! So, I reached over and added a “little” of each. 😳 Yep, I did that. Now, I’m writing about why–amongst other things.
I usually reach for the salt shaker because of habit. In my younger years, when I exercised a lot, or did a lot of manual work, it wasn’t an issue because I got a chance to sweat a lot. Which, I think that might be the case for many people. But now, I have a need to create a new habit. Paying more attention to what and how I eat.
I’ve actually been moving in that direction for quite a while …since my days in the military. But, Continue reading “Let’s Talk About Salt”
I grabbed the link to this twitter post because it’s an interesting video. To me, it demonstrated that even when people tried to have opposition to Medicare-For-All, it still turned out to be the best answer to solve many of the healthcare issues we have.
For sure, there is no ‘one answer that fixes everything’. But, we have to start choosing a direction of best possibilities and Continue reading “Medicare-for-All Is the Healthcare Answer and Access People Avoid Talking About…Until Now”
Regardless of what it is, once a mistake has been made, it’s important to learn from it and move beyond it. Many times we would like to remain in a state of self-pity; but in reality life goes on. Continue reading “Moving Beyond Your Mistakes [Repost]”
“God knows how much we can bear”. That’s a familiar phrase that’s been used to comfort the sufferer time and time again when faced with adversity, bills, sickness, disease, sorrow and troubles. In the midst of these things, “God knows how much we can bear”.
In context, it seems the term usually implies that God himself was piling on problems and difficulties to see where our breaking point would be. The more I think about the phrase in that context, the more I realize that something isn’t adding up. Continue reading ““God Knows How Much We Can Bear” [Repost]”