Today as I was driving listening to my new playlist with the skylight open on my Jeep, I couldn’t help but focus on the smell of summer air. I was at the stop sign where the smell of fresh-cut grass filled my senses. When I passed the city scape of buildings just right, the sunContinue reading “Solstice Sun”
Reflecting on the past few months about our city I had to park my thoughts of tragedy to create hope for the future. It is really difficult being positive each day when there is so many assaults on human beings. Assaults expressed by physical, verbal or mental violence. Our city is suck in a time whenContinue reading “Hope for our City”
The past several weeks I have made a few trips to West Wisconsin. One trip was to University of LaCrosse with Josh to tour campus and the other a business trip to Minneapolis for meetings with leadership from their Behavioral Health System. As I approached the Wisconsin/Minnesota border during each trip, I continued to haveContinue reading “Onalaska”
While watching people in my life I have noticed them struggle. Everyone’s journey is so different and the hurdles are so self-defined. What challenges some is not so challenging for others. I guess that is what makes each of us so unique. Some of us are thinkers, analyzers while other are simply doers. You know thoseContinue reading “Fill up the glass”
Psalm 4:8. “In peace I will both lie down and sleep: for you alone, O Lord, make me dwell in safety. I am afraid, I have nowhere to sleep tonight. I am worried about how to stay warm, where to get food and how to be safe from the dark terrifying streets. I am aloneContinue reading “In my house”
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Blur.” Cecil Christmas 2014 Me, my camera and how I see the world.
I found this and wanted to share it on the temenos circle. Jesus’s strength, sacrifice and faith astounds me every time I read John 19:30. Amen
At a half-century old, life has just begun. The pummel of the past brings the wisdom for the next journey. The future holds new promise for the mind, body and spirit. The best is yet to come. Life does start at 50. Godspeed.