Let’s Make America Great Again

Now, when I say let us make America great again, it does not mean that I am President Ronald Reagan of blessed memory. After all, the phrase was first credited to him long before President trump began to use it. {watch} When I say let us make America great again, it does not mean that I am President Bill Clinton, nor does it mean that I mean what he meant when…

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Identity Theft (Pt 2…)

It has been estimated that in 2017 the identity of 1 American was stolen every 2 seconds… that is almost 15,000,000 for the year. In this context, Identity theft refers to the illegal obtaining of details of related bank accounts, credit cards, social security numbers, residential addresses, and online account userids and passwords. This information is then used mostly to rob bank accounts, run up charges on credit cards, and…

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Who Are You?

Who Are You?  Part 1    (Part 2 – “Identity Theft to be released on July 23, 2018” How do you respond when someone confronts you with the question – Who are you? Most people respond by giving their name – I am John Doe or I am Mary Deer. But is that who you really are? What happens when a woman gets married or any one executes a deed…

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Cause Your Effect

The fundamental laws on which this universe is built include “cause and effect”. Every effect has a cause and every action has a consequential reaction.  Some consequences and reactions may be unintentional. Ultimately, the enquiring mind must ask, “What caused the first effect before it resulted in an effect?  At this point Evolutionist scratch their heads. Christians answer, “In the beginning…God”. It is debatable as to whether or not God…

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You’ll Never Be Alone

“Loneliness, helplessness, hopelessness and depression are all around you. It is too late to recognize them after a fatal suicide attempt. There is hope, help and healing for the depressed. Won’t you help save someone’s life today?” Do you know of anyone in your sphere of influence who feels lonely for periods of time that you think are too long? Are you affected by feelings of loneliness, while at the…

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Goals Need Posts

  It was Arnold H. Glasgow who said, “In life, as in football, you won’t go far unless you know where the goalposts are”— Little Johnny loved what we in America call soccer, and what the rest of the world calls football. Every time little Johnny kicked a ball, he announced that he had scored a goal. That is because there were never any goal posts. We know better. Goals have…

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Happy Independence?

On July 4, the United States of America celebrates its Independence Day. Many countries around the world, celebrate their Independence Day on other days. Among the 160 countries around the world that have an Independence Day, or similar day, Jamaica celebrates its Independence Day on August 6, and in Guyana it is May 26,. In Canada it is July 1,. In Mexico it is September 16, and in Rwanda it…

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In Pursuit of Excellence

Excellence is the Elixir on which but few imbibe… but they are very selective in welcoming others to their tribe… The weak and frail in body may surprisingly enter in… but the weak and frail of mind will never their approval win… But what I can safely say is that many of the people you know, will never wear the badge of “excellent”. Hopefully, that does not apply to you….

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Begin Where You Are!

“Begin where you are” may sound profound, but only because so many people try to begin where they are not. Memories sometimes play tricks on us, and we imagine that we are today what we used to be. On the other hand, optimism and ambition can cause us to imagine what we would like to become. Both are illusions, perhaps even good illusions, but distortions of our present reality. The…

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It’s Never Too Late

Perhaps a loved one or a teacher may have encouraged you with the words, “It’s never too late”. Like so many other things, “never too late” is not always true. It is always too late to make a first impression, the second time you meet someone. And it is always too late to avoid the unintended consequences of our actions. Fortunately for all of us, in some very important areas,…

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