Parents, You Can See Things Coming From Miles Away: While You May Not Be Nostradamus, You Need to Trust Your Wisdom: A Ten Commandments’ Story

parents have years of experience and maturity on their children. good parenting must utilize this experience and maturity. parents must trust their instincts. they should never indulge in fantasies. there are times when an experienced parent can see an accident coming from a million miles away. this story was one of them. it was aContinue reading “Parents, You Can See Things Coming From Miles Away: While You May Not Be Nostradamus, You Need to Trust Your Wisdom: A Ten Commandments’ Story”

Someone Lied and Someone Died: A Ten Commandments’ Story: A Cautionary Tale for the United States

“lies are like matches, you play with one and you can start a fire” ten commandments’ violations can have a cascade effect. one violation, a lie, can lead to a bigger and more consequential violation, a murder. currently, the united states has a number of individuals, media and institutions freely spewing lies about fellow americansContinue reading “Someone Lied and Someone Died: A Ten Commandments’ Story: A Cautionary Tale for the United States”

“Exodus”: He Wrote The Song and Album

he was like no other singer. he sang of love, peace and praising the lord. he “implored his people to know their history “coming from the root of king david, through the line of solomon.” cite “he was rebelling against the circumstances in which he and so many people found themselves.” cite. he was bobContinue reading ““Exodus”: He Wrote The Song and Album”

Old School Disneyland and the Ten Commandments

disneyland, back in the day, had a ticket system for their rides. park attendees would receive a book of tickets. the tickets were given the letters “a” through “e.” rides in the park were assigned a ticket value. an “a” ticket was for lesser rides such as the carousel. the “e” ticket was for theContinue reading “Old School Disneyland and the Ten Commandments”

Thou Shall Not (Stream a) Murder

the likes of mark zuckerberg should be so proud of themselves. a fight involving girls between the ages of 12-15, resulted in the murder of the 15 year old by knife in a wal-mart. this murder was streamed live on both facebook and instagram. after the murder, these girls pronounced “‘we just stabbed that b***hContinue reading “Thou Shall Not (Stream a) Murder”

The Ultimate Parenting Challenge

in the book of genesis, the ultimate parenting challenge was tasked upon rebecca. her parenting challenge was of the highest level of complexity. it was both multigenerational, foundational to nations. and was a “mission from god.” rebecca’s husband isaac had issues. he was the subject of a conflict with his older half-brother, ishmael as toContinue reading “The Ultimate Parenting Challenge”

One of The Hardest Things To Do: Taking Advice From Others

we all have times when we struggle. we have family problems. we have relationship problems. we have work problems. sometimes, it is our conduct which is causing the struggle. we act in a way that contributes to the problem. we, however, cannot get out of our own way. we hold in our belief system thatContinue reading “One of The Hardest Things To Do: Taking Advice From Others”

Parenting Your Parents

in our current times, life expectancies have changed. where i live, there are many people who live into their 80’s and beyond. many of them are our parents. over the years, i have made an observation. my parents and my aunts and uncles did well as they aged. they cruised through their 70’s. eventually, however,Continue reading “Parenting Your Parents”

The Two Most Important Words You Can Teach Your Children

the two most important words that you can teach your children are “thank you.” the understanding of why is of import. therefore, please continue reading. children are born in to this world incapable of doing anything. they are totally reliant upon others to attend to them. as they grow up, while they may be ableContinue reading “The Two Most Important Words You Can Teach Your Children”

A Tale of a Child’s Rebellion

i ran into a wonderful caring mother who i have known for years. she had a developmentally disabled child. the child i believed was at at least eighteen or may have been in her early 20s. this mother was depressed. she told me that there has been a change in her daughter. she no longerContinue reading “A Tale of a Child’s Rebellion”