Have We Really Overcome?

Human trafficking, racism, domestic violence, and corporate layoffs are just a few of the negative headlines highlighted each day. It’s almost unbearable to watch the news because the focus seems to be on adverse situations around the world. How can a society that has made significant advancements in technology, educational pursuits, income levels and communication… Read More

When Busyness Consumes You

It’s been a while since I’ve blogged. Why? It’s really quite simple. Busyness has consumed me. I was involved in several professional organizations. I volunteered for several non-profit assemblies. I started working for a new company that required much more time, effort, diligence and travel availability. However, this company provided limited opportunity to vacation and… Read More

A Child’s Outcry

In my last blog, I shared that God calls us to do things that are inconvenient, uncomfortable and undesirable.  These instances often challenge our normal thinking patterns and enable us to see things from a different perspective.  Serving as a juror changed my entire viewpoint of the judicial system.  I witnessed the personal account of… Read More

To Be or Not to Be a Juror: You Decide

For some reason everyone dreads jury duty and up until recently, I was one of those people. There’s frustration in having one’s routine interrupted. There’s normally a lengthy jury selection process that involves excessive waiting. Not to mention the fact that because of the time away from one’s job, workloads are often excessive upon return.… Read More

Do The Right Thing

We often judge others on the decisions they make, whether good or bad.  However, I’m finding that it’s hard for us to really know what we would do in a similar situation until the instance occurs.  Sometimes our best judgment is hindered because of personal need or desire.  Other times, we fail to think about… Read More