I don’t know if this is true across the world, but in the U.S. we are so conscious of “equality,” that our language is adapting. I’ve been wondering: Which came first: our lack of respect for others or the way we use words? How does one feed or reflect the other? Kids call adults by… Read More
R-E-S-P-E-C-T, Sing along with Aretha Franklin. This is Paul’s message for all of us as we interact with others. Fathers-Children Owners-Slaves Christ Children, honor & obey your parents (1-2), RESPECT. Your honor & obedience has a promise: your life will go well and last long on earth (3). Fathers, show considerations for your child’s understand… Read More
There’s a fight in America about who’s going to be “king of the hill:” democrats, republicans, progressives, socialists… Many are stridently declaring they’re right and everyone else is stupid or misled. Others have decided that all authority has to go–they’re going to be the law unto themselves. Others have taken advantage of chaos to kill,… Read More
“Being a woman is a terribly difficult task, since it consists principally in dealing with men.” ~ Joseph Conrad ” Behind every great man is a woman rolling her eyes.” ~Jim Carrey Neither man nor woman is perfect or complete without the other. Thus, no marriage or family, no ward or stake is likely to… Read More
Conversation does not seem to be a valued skill in America today. We are good at pointing fingers, making judgments, taking sides, insisting we are right and that we we have rights, and looking out for #1. After all, “we’re worth it.” Conversation happens in that middle space between two opposing viewpoints, between authority and… Read More
What makes a job the best one for you? What influences your feelings about different jobs?