Ash Wednesday is the beginning of the Lenten Season for Christians worldwide. Catholics, Greek Orthodox, Lutheran and various other denominations have a service where priest or pastors impose ashes in a form of a cross on parishioner’s foreheads. The imposition of ashes mean many things but personally to me it is a reminder of the sacrifice of Jesus Christ of Nazareth.
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Let me start with I understand the seriousness of the COVID-19 virus also known as the Corona virus. The origin of the virus is traced back to the Asian continent and has spread around the planet. Now in the United States along with other countries self-quarantine is encouraged along with curfews to help reduce the […]
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“Ecos” an exhibit in the Community Gallery of the Columbia Museum of Art reminded me that we all want to be happy. Happiness means different things to different people but having our basic human needs met is the most important thing.
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This week my mind is whirling around a few things. I am still thinking about the Royal Wedding of Prince Harry to Meghan Markle who are now the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. It is so interesting how in one instant our lives can change. Well it seems that changes occur in an instant but most times there are past actions taken that lead to current occurrences.
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Growing up some of my best memories involve summer holidays in my mother’s hometown. She was raised in a small town in the low-country of South Carolina. There were stretches of farm land filled with crops. Rows of soybeans, peanuts, strawberries, and corn grew along two-lane highways. I spent my formative years with my grandparents […]
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Just as each new year begins I am so determined to give followers up to date content on a regular basis but then I fizzle out. I can blame it on life but life has enough blamed on it. Me not making blog posts should not be one of the things for which life should be accused.
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December 1st begins the season of Advent. Advent is a time of anticipation for Christians. Awaiting the arrival of December 25th Christmas Day is done around the globe. This holiday is not restricted to one nation or culture, it spreads across all continents and people. There is belief by many including myself that Jesus Christ […]
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Yesterday, was Ash Wednesday and the beginning of the Lenten Season for Christians worldwide. Catholics, Greek Orthodox, Lutheran and various other denominations have a service where priest or pastors impose ashes in a form of a cross on parishioner’s foreheads. The imposition of ashes mean many things but personally to me it is a reminder […]
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I am greater than my fear. I am greater than my fear. I am greater than my fear. I could say fears but there actually is only one ultimate fear…failing or failure. This is not who I was when I was a child. I had wide opened ambitions. I wanted to attend West Point not […]
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I’m feeling guilty today. It is one of the holiest times of the year in Christian faith. This weekend is the time when Christians remember the crucifixion, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ of Nazareth. On Good Friday the day that commemorates the crucifixion of Christ, I attended the Ringling Brothers and Barnum Bailey Circus […]
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