Which is the way to go?

making it impossible recall joy. It is hard to know which way to go. Is the past the present, how does he find the way to go. The memory is faded, not sure he wants to know, is it a place he should go? He wonders what was there or even if he cares toContinue reading “Which is the way to go?”

In Everything

Father God, thank you for this day of Thanksgiving. We are grateful for the undying grace that you shine over our lives. Father thank you for the time we are about to share today with our family and friends. Diane and I behold the moments when our home is filled with those closest to usContinue reading “In Everything”

Off the Schneid

Have you ever worked on a something really hard and no matter how you try it keeps failing? You know what I am talking about right? It could be the job you want but never seem to get the interview. Maybe you really need to get the bolt unfastened on your lawnmower but the rust makesContinue reading “Off the Schneid”

Momology

Today is the eve of an important annual event. Sons and daughters rushing around to create the perfect day to honor an extraordinary hero in their life. This Superhero always finds the right thing to say or do to help support and guide you troughout life. She is always there when you need her whether it’sContinue reading “Momology”

A Staircase

D’Anthony was sitting at the back of bus riding home from the plastic factory where he just spend the last 16 hours working a double shift. Thank god for my mother he thought, she is so supportive of Laisha, his 6-year-old daughter. His mother is 78 years and lives in senior housing which is closeContinue reading “A Staircase”

Flatlined

What would happen if you were told that in the next minute your heart would stop beating? What would you think? How would you feel? What would you tell people about yourself that no one would know? Ask yourself these questions and for a minute. What would I do if someone told me my lifeContinue reading “Flatlined”

This is a letter to my Son Joshua on his Confirmation Day.

Joshua, The sacrament of confirmation completes the sacrament of baptism. If baptism is the sacrament of re-birth to a new and supernatural life, confirmation is the sacrament of maturity and coming of age. The real confession of Christ consists when: Whole man submits himself to truth, He stands in judgment of his understanding and AppreciatesContinue reading “This is a letter to my Son Joshua on his Confirmation Day.”

Never too old, never to young.

Traveling, I met a young professional while eating dinner at a restaurant bar. Eating at the bar is the best strategy when traveling alone. It always results in the most interesting meal and company. Without failure this particular night proved to most enjoyable.  He was visiting the university and interviewing for graduate school to obtainContinue reading “Never too old, never to young.”