In my post a few months ago, "You do not have my consent!" I quoted Warren Buffet and his thoughts on having an emotional response to everything that is said to you. After some recent experiences and research, I kinda disagree with him. On Wednesday, I was on a conference call for the weight loss … Continue reading Hooked on a Feeling
I once heard on a radio talk show that unmet expectations are the main cause of failure of just about every relationship. And when you really think about it, at its most simplest form, this is true. When you look at the last time you got mad at one of your kids, what happened? You … Continue reading What do you expect?
According to Maslow's hierarchy of needs, the need to belong and be known is right in the middle. Some people look at being known and see it as the need to be famous, well-known or popular. On the other hand, people need people. They don't always realize it but they do. On Sunday, the sermon … Continue reading Will you be my friend?
Before I moved, almost a year ago, I made a list of things I wanted to do (hobbies, Bible studies, reading, changing habits, etc) and a list of people I wanted to connect with on a regular basis since I was moving three hours away. (I apologize now if you were one of those people … Continue reading The Road to Hell
Recently, I started reading a book called Made to Crave by Lysa TerKeurst. I know a lot of my issues surrounding my food addiction are spiritual. I want to have a better relationship with God, make it more of a two-way relationship, but something is holding me back. I have a hard time fully surrendering. … Continue reading What do you crave?
I was playing a game on my phone the other day when a thought came to me. The game is Bricks and Balls. You win the game by clearing the screen by bouncing the balls off the bricks as often as is required to clear it. Some puzzles, like most, are more challenging than others. … Continue reading How do you win the war?
When I was younger, I loved music. Well, I still do. I feel it is one of life's greatest pleasures. I got my love of music from both my parents. My mom would often sign along to the radio and my dad would make mix tapes from his records. When we went on road trips, … Continue reading Music is good for the soul!