C. Austin Miles was a pharmacist in 1912. Photography was his hobby, and “he found his darkroom perfect for developing, not just his photographs, but his devotional life. In its privacy and strange blue glow, Miles could read his Bible in total privacy. One day in March 1912, while waiting for some film to develop, […]
http://www.cloudtownsend.com/what-are-safe-people/ Great article on being a safe person…explains how we do this in imitation of Christ.
I speak and teach often about being a safe or unsafe person. While preparing to speak at a memorial today, I ran across this article. Worth a read and self-evaluation. Our goal should be to be a safe person for those we love. To create an atmosphere where they know we are there to listen, […]
When I was a child I had pen pals. One pen pal was Vicki in Pennsylvania. Another was in Japan, and her name was Midouri. I remember the thrill of choosing a paper to write on. I had various colors in my collection of stationary. Every single letter was a form of art to me. […]
I’m a real woman you see Petite. Sweet. Concrete. I’m not 6′ 3′ and 105 pounds My legs aren’t longer than the lineage of the Crown I’m just 5′ 2, and my eyes aren’t even blue My eyes are green, and some days I don’t have a clue Why I feel the way I do, […]
So, hearing many crazy stories about bad dates, and bad dating, I decided to see what the world has to say about dating etiquette and advice. What I found is a warped bunch of bad advice. What has happened to our society? Since there is nothing out there worth sharing, let’s write our own. Let’s […]