King Solomon’s Example To President Trump

And Solomon sat upon the throne of David his father. And his kingdom was firmly established. And Adonijah the son of Haggith came to Bathsheba the mother of Solomon. (Adonijah was the step -brother of Solomon and had tried to take throne while David was dying but was thwarted by him at the last moment…

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Is America Great?

Ed Ordway: I know that he hit the rusty nail on its deformed head. What America once stood for stands no more, but what has taken its place is a plethora of individuals and organizations who are determined to erase what she did stand for and you know what? They are succeeding because You don’t…

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Regret, the Unspoken Story

Did we or did we not? That’s always the question served on the platter of regrets. Every day we consciously or sub-consciously make 100,000 decisions that affect every millisecond of our daily lives that range from the number of blood cells traveling through our veins to our verbal commitments and not every decision is a good one.…

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Don’t Waste Your Potential

A life that is not being lived is similar to a baby that prefers the womb. Each of us has so much potential that lies within, so much to offer through use and interaction and yet remains dormant, unused, untapped, and unwilling to try. It is pitiful state of mind when one doesn’t try but…

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The Path of Least Resistance or The Way of Political Correctness

It’s easier to agree with an unpleasant topic rather than to engage oneself in a heated debate, especially when the subject matter is not well known beyond its superficialities. Whether it be in politics, religion, science, geography, technology, business, or any of the many interests or passions one may have, human nature tends to shy…

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There Is A Choice

I was thinking this week on many subjects as I traveled the autobahns and by roads of Southern Germany. The politics of America and Europe and to a lesser degree, the Asian and African interactions, but the news is the same because the game never changes. Global power plays and business monopolies and military interventions…

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