The Last Defining Act of a Great Life? Ten Commandments’ Tale

a 99 year-old new yorker was struck and killed while crossing a street in his wheelchair. did this final event define this man’s life? the new york mayor tweeted that “we owe it to his memory to make our streets safe for all new yorkers.” really? this 99 year-old will be remembered for more importantContinue reading “The Last Defining Act of a Great Life? Ten Commandments’ Tale”

He Checks and He Checks Off All Of The Boxes: A Ten Commandments’ Tale

with the winter olympics here, many people find athletes to root for based upon characteristics such as nationality, culture, race or religion. one athlete in this winter olympics not only checks off a lot of those boxes, he is out there checking for the team canadaa hockey team in their pursuit of gold. josh ho-sangContinue reading “He Checks and He Checks Off All Of The Boxes: A Ten Commandments’ Tale”

The Master Of The Universe Placed Him Into The Game of Life For A Winning Play: A Ten Commandments’ Tale

just win, baby al davis, legendary raiders owner amateur and professional sporting events have recently plagued with downright ugliness. children and parents in youth sports have thrown blows; players and fans at collegiate games turned their arenas and stadiums into trash containers; professional sport attendees, even dressed up as santa claus, have engaged in physicalContinue reading “The Master Of The Universe Placed Him Into The Game of Life For A Winning Play: A Ten Commandments’ Tale”

The Big, Big, Big Man On Campus: A Ten Commandments’ Tale

“To be happy and be at peace, I would’ve been shocked. I wouldn’t have thought it was possible.” michaey sweetney in 2019, nypost reported an excellent nypost human interest story on mr. michael sweetney’s post-nba life and success. at the time of that article, he was the assistant coach of a division iii basketball teamContinue reading “The Big, Big, Big Man On Campus: A Ten Commandments’ Tale”

Heroes…Do They Matter? A Ten Commandments’ Tale

I need a hero bonnie tyler heroism is in societal decline. an alert new york security guard perhaps averted a catastrophe. the individual stopped an arson attack and prevented a school from burning down. their actions may have saved lives, saved structures, and allowed for firefighting resources to be used elsewere. who cares? the newsContinue reading “Heroes…Do They Matter? A Ten Commandments’ Tale”

Peace Is For The Old…And For The Young To Learn: A Ten Commandments’ Tale

listen young people, sit on the bleachers mr. harris, jr. high schol physical education teacher one of the oldest hebrew writings found is the priestly blessing. the blessing was written on a piece of silver. one of the blessings is “may the lord raise his countenance toward you and grant you peace.” numbers 6:26. peaceContinue reading “Peace Is For The Old…And For The Young To Learn: A Ten Commandments’ Tale”