A View from the Balcony

Lessons from Rocks, Water, and People: The Holy Land  It was a trip of a lifetime.   I’m glad I did it.  I’m not sure I’ll go back.  After a week and a half of recovering from the red eye flights to Israel and back, plus nine full days of visiting sites,  I’ll try to assess my gleanings: 1.       I learned… Read More ›

Joy and Happiness

When I attended the end-of-camp presentations at Camp Green Leaves last month I saw joy and happiness and I left with joy and happiness in my heart.   As each group did the presentations, there were smiles and hugs all around.  Both the campers and the counselors were enthusiastic about the songs and dances and about… Read More ›

Is Your Antivirus up to date?

Think of your mind a place to store and process data. Your strengths as software. We all sin whether or not we mean too. There are a lot of destructive forces bombarding us on a daily basis. How we choose to deal with them is up to us. Viruses attacking a computer is a lot… Read More ›