Tag Archives: Wisdom
I’d rather regret the things I’ve done than regret the things I haven’t done. -Lucille Ball Good and bad, we all have our stories, don’t we?
Here is a lesson sent to me this morning by our middle daughter, the mother of our granddaughter. It was being passed around by some teachers. The great oracle, Google, attributes it to Joey deVilla and about a dozen others. … Continue reading
Two monks were walking down a country road. They came across a beautiful young girl standing by a muddy stream, afraid to cross it by herself. One monk went over too her, picked her up, and safely carried her … Continue reading
“There are high spots in all our lives and most of them come about through encouragement from someone else. Encouragement is oxygen to the soul” -George Matthew Adams While this has nothing to do with encouragement, here is a … Continue reading
From time to time I remind myself that I am surely not the smartest guy I know and that I would be well served to read the words of others. From time to time over the ten and a half … Continue reading
“You don’t have to worry about tomorrow because God is already there” –Zig Ziglar This man had such great insight and the ability to communicate it. I wrote about his death here: Thanks Zig.
We all have heard the hypothetical question, “If you could pick one person, dead or alive, to sit and talk with on a park bench for an hour, who would it be? Well, from the first time I was ever … Continue reading
“It is almost impossible to throw dirt on someone without getting a little on yourself” -Abigail van Buren