Category Archives: Relationships

Return to Paradise

Sometimes something that we’ve looked forward to for a while turns out to be a disappointment. Sometimes, it turns out to be even better than we imagined! Continue reading

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Joy in the Midst of Disappointment

Even when we have lost our own voice, we can still rejoice in the singing of others… especially those we love. Continue reading

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Stuff That Lasts

There’s not much that brings parents more pleasure than seeing their kids love the things that they love and pass them along to the grandchildren. Continue reading

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Rehearsal

There are few things any better than quiet time spent talking with those we love. A little foretaste of heaven… Continue reading

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The Burden of Authority

If you are treating people with contempt, arrogance or indifference and you actually enjoy that, you are a sadist. Continue reading

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The Art of Emotional Self-Defense

Being around some folks is like taking a plunge into an attitudinal cesspool. Throw away the swimsuit and practice avoidance! Continue reading

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A Celebration of Sorrow

Regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, geography, politics, prosperity or the lack thereof, it hurts to lose a loved one and sympathy should transcend. Continue reading

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