Thought provoking messages that will help you deal with events in your daily life.
Life buffets us in various ways and it seems to help when we tell others about our troubles.
Most of our lives we strive to avoid pain.
What is that elusive something that life is all about?
The value we place on ourselves is often reflected in the things we do.
Are you an individual who does not allow joy and happiness into your life?
We all know what a “fair weather friend” is.
Some people have learned to be wise with their finances.
An English proverb says, “A closed mouth catches no flies.”
We were taught to ask for permission to go places and do things when we were children.
A poem by William Ross Wallace says, "The hand that rocks the cradle rules the world."
Paul wrote that the wages of sin is death (Romans:6:23For the wages of sin is death; but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord.).
It does not take long for a person to realize the importance of appearance.
Everyone has a set of convictions that they hold near to their hearts.
The Duke of Windsor once wrote, “The thing that impresses me the most about America is the way parents obey their children.”
Being opinionated is a trait that most people will have on various subjects.
In this world, people do not hesitate to use others to gain something for themselves.
Our justice system and people with good intentions go out of their way to interact with evil people.
"Pride goes before a fall" is an old saying that comes from Proverbs:16:18Pride goeth before destruction, and an haughty spirit before a fall..
Our faces are a wonderful part of creation.
All weight lifters and other athletes know that strength is attained by meeting resistance.
A reputation is something we develop as we grow into adulthood and lead our lives.
Words like this were common in our school and everyday life as I grew up.
A person once noted that if you feed your faith, your worries will starve to death.
A dear lady had a piece of knowledge given to her as a teenager.
We have all experienced a fall from time to time.
We are greatly distressed by the death of a loved one.
Mark Twain once wrote "Let us endeavor so to live that, when we come to die, even the undertaker will be sorry."
Mankind has come to realize that we all differ one from another.
To some, giving means we are losing. Most parents realize that their greatest rewards come from giving.
A writer once noted that ingratitude is not only the basest and meanest of sins, but it is the most frequent.