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Make Friends With Your Regrets

Two Sunday’s ago we had a guest minister (Rev. Wayne Olson). The subject of his sermon was “How to Get ...
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What can I do to stop the pain?

The author Michael Pollan offered an elegant seven-word mantra in his best-selling book “In Defense of Food” that provides clarity ...
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Myrtle Beach

I haven’t been feeling too well the last few days.  Seems, I have a cold, or the flu, I dunno ...
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Why does God let bad things happen to good people

As I rolled out of bed Sunday Morning, I was quickly asked by Jerilyn if I wanted to go to ...
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am I getting too task oriented?

Most times I wake up and have a plan of what I want to do with my day.  That seems ...
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As My World Turns

          Taste Your Words Before You Spit Them Out!

😊 I read that the definition of a friend is someone who knows the song in your heart and can sing it back to you when you have forgotten the words. I have a few friends like that, and it is a great feeling. It is so easy to say things that do not communicate what you wanted to say. A good example of that is when I visited a close family member a while back. She was trying to explain why her home wasn’t as clean as she normally keeps it and I responded, in an effort to make her feel better, that when I was a single guy I vacuumed my home when I could write my name in the dust on the furniture. She later told me that her heart was broken, and she cried for several days. Needless to say, my heart was broken, but I didn’t cry. I sure felt like it. I resolved at no time to use that again. I do feel that if she knew me as well as I thought she would not have interpreted those words to be a criticism. I was expecting her to “sing back my song when I had forgotten the words.Andrew Card said, “You must taste your words before you spit them out!It doesn’t always happen ☹.