Monthly Archives: January 2014

In memory of Paul Crouch Sr.

Paul Crouch senior, co-founder of “Trinity Broadcast Network” and long time evangelist died on November 30, 2013. I would like to express my appreciation for all that he has done, and that his family continues to do. Advertisements

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Mr. Baca

Mr. Baca, Los Angeles impacts the whole state of California. That is why I share a few words here. You must feel some pride in having been elected as chief, as you retire today. And, those you led in the … Continue reading

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apology

I apologize to you, my readers, for having used terminology in the past: “Judeo-Christian”. In fact, I’ve been corrected in my understanding of misnomer – that what I should correctly otherwise state, is “Hebrew-Christian”. Allow me to simply use “Christian” … Continue reading

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Why love is so important

Love shapes all of our lives. Lack of it always leaves its mark etched on our hearts. Speaking for myself, seeking it out has always been of primary importance; without it, one withers like a dead weed as we bleed … Continue reading

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Posted in Health and wellness, News and politics, Organizations, Religion and reverence, Uncategorized, US Politics, World News

Why does proportion matter?

If you steal a pencil or pen from work, you may be a thief, but you certainly are much less of one compared to the colleague who steals a ream of paper every month. That is why judgment requires discerning. … Continue reading

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Posted in Health and wellness, Organizations, Uncategorized, US Politics

accountability

Citizenry that has no debt, should not be paying its government’s debts, nor allowing its government to accrue it.

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“There is no question”

“There is no question we need to change the way our state is governed. The first big change must be to live within our means.” Those were Governor Jerry Brown’s campaign words. Does our new state budget stick to that … Continue reading

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