Three years ago, I wrote a post titled, "Own What You Know". In it, I described how there were things I wasn't taught as a kid. As my kids were growing up, I came to realize parents do the best they can based on what they know. "Based on what they know" About my own… Continue reading Own Your Story
The nature of relationships is complicated. With a different mindset, however, we can actually speak life and spoil someone's soul with our words.
In another life (not really - just a different blog), I wrote about sports. Specifically, I wrote about sports and social media. Today, I still work in sports and social media, but I no longer write about it. And, because I'm still in sports and social media, I occasionally come across tweets like this: The tweet… Continue reading The Art of Belief
What is happiness? Life is short. But, it can get complicated. When it does, we need to find perspective. Happiness is...
Heard the old saying, "Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me"? That saying is so wrong because words do hurt. And sometimes they can get us questioning our worth.
Identity comes from knowing who you are in the here and now. But, it also helps to understand where you came from. A recent trip to Arizona reminded me of love and identity.
"One Blood" by Dr. John Perkins should be required reading for anyone that calls themselves a Christian. It is a wake up call for the American Christian church and the "subject" of race relations.
A song from the 80's is still relevant today. That's what happens when we don't acknowledge the source of our discontent.
I'd love to say it was all rainbows and lollipops being on stage or part of a musical department, but I can't.
Dignity doesn't cost anything to give. But, it does cost when taken away.