If Only we in the U.S. spent even a minuscule amount of what we spend for our wars to promote peace… I want to direct you to a website promoting peace instead of war. OneMinuteForPeace.org from the American Friends Service Committee. As… Read More
I just got a haircut recently and a memory came back to me from my childhood. In order to get it back where it belongs on the far fringes of my memory I have to post it here…. Read More
We took a trip to Washington DC and the surrounding area in 1988. Let’s do a series of pictures from that trip. This picture is of me recreating my high school picture of 1965 except without my classmates… Read More
I believe that Jesus should be a model for living rather than an object of worship. I believe that affirming our potential is more important than condemning our brokenness. I believe that reconciliation should be valued over judgment…. Read More
This is my first post about my high school years. Since I want to make this a series I will only give you a small slice of those years here. I went to high school in the small… Read More
The Wisconsin Dells is a very interesting place. The rock formations are awesome. We visited there in 1987. As usual I have put in a picture of my “dearly beloved”.
I think of my deafness as an affliction that I must daily try to overcome in order to go about my business in the hearing world. That is not the case with some, perhaps most, who are born… Read More
When Jesus was on this earth he told us numerous times to be one as he and the father were one. If only we had listened and taken his words and life’s lessons seriously. I read recently that… Read More
The county fair is a big event in small town America. These pictures were taken in 2002.
I grew up in a small town in Indiana and spent my summers putting hay in farmer’s barns at ninety cents and hour. But it wasn’t until my college years that I started learning real lessons in responsibility…. Read More