Temptation looks different to everyone, but it’s the same old story, no matter what country you’re in. You know you shouldn’t do it, but you want to, and you have wanted to do it for so long. You resist because it is the right thing to do until someone else does it and then you […]
This post is part of our High-tech High series, which explores weed innovations, and our cultural relationship with cannabis, as legalization in several U.S. states, Canada, and Uruguay moves the market further out of the shadows. It’s 2018, and marijuana vape pens are so common in California they may as well be on the state […]
You might think that with as long as it has been since I’ve written, we have a lot of work done on the house right? Man, I wish. This week we started demolition on the small bathroom and laundry cubby. Our ultimate goal is to turn this ugly little bathroom and laundry space that makes […]
Well before blogs were even contemplated. I wrote this short essay in 2003 on the importance of working with the news media during risk and crisis events. I’m pretty sure that I sent it to some of my clients at the time, just to let them know that I was learning something during my doctoral […]
Do you know what’s worse than having a dairy allergy? Finding out you have one while wearing a onesie. Even worse, is when the zipper is out of reach, on your back. Yup, it’s a true story.
Tomorrow is Easter Sunday. Many Christians all over the world are going to gather together to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ. In light of this, I just wanted to write a blog about how our resurrection is directly tied to the resurrection of Christ. In other words, because our Lord rose from the dead, we […]
From the “Fig Tree” learn a lesson By: Eric Gajewski From the work, “Fortress of the Soul” Protestants erroneously misinterpret Scripture: The fig tree “blooming again” does not refer to the supposed regeneration of the”nation of Israel” but rather to the conversion of the Jews to Christ and the Catholic towards the end of the […]
(From the Heart of His Watchman) Fellow servants of the Most-High God, I recall listening to the song, Royalty, by Byron Cage. This song speaks of the magnificence of our God. I considered that humanity is and always has been His offspring. I considered that our God revealed His Love for us in His work in […]
ACIM Reading for December 7 Psychotherapy: Purpose, Process and Practice 2.- VI. The Definition of Healing 1. The process of psychotherapy, then, can be defined simply as forgiveness, for no healing can be anything else. The unforgiving are sick, believing they are unforgiven. The hanging-on to guilt, its hugging-close and sheltering, its loving protection and […]
In the summer of 1990, the curators of a new exhibit at the Royal National Theatre in London discovered something odd and unexpected.
I believe some people are born with an understanding of music already in their DNA. Which is not to say that not everyone can love and appreciate music, of course. But for some, the ability to understand, learn and perform music is innate, just there, from birth. I’m lucky enough to be one of those […]
Hi. I’m back. With my last blog post. Because I’m going home. Typing it does not feel real and I also don’t really realize that I”m actually going home, back to the cold cold Netherlands tomorrow. Last week’s post was already very emotional and I promised you something fun, so ladies and gents, I present […]
New Puppy? 8 Must Haves Written by Beth Jones This page contains affiliate links meaning I earn a commission if you use those links. I only recommend brands I use and trust. I have a new puppy myself. Let me introduce you to Max, my German Shepherd. He is 3 months old today. Finding the […]
There was a time when playing summer jams at the beach required lugging a giant boombox around on your shoulder. Thankfully the Bluetooth connectivity on our smartphones and other devices combined with streaming music services and portable speakers means you never have to look like a person in an ’80s breakdancing video ever again. […]