Monthly Archives: August 2017

A Rainbow Lights The Way

Art Johnson, my so very valued friend in San Marcos, in his market report today [should be called his preaching moment] talked about how life can be ordered in a meaningful way. His thoughts and wisdom also brought focus upon … Continue reading

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My Marching Orders

Clear I need to be. I never served in the military. If I had been drafted in the 60’s I would have accepted the call and become a Military Chaplain. My wife, Diane, has served in the Army, primarily in … Continue reading

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The Voice Of The Heart

Seeing this linked article, which I consider must-see for anyone, especially those who think they’ll never be without bootstraps, triggered a memory I’ve never shared before. I want to now. And the reason, although this is not an event that … Continue reading

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The Value Of Becoming Less

I’m becoming more and more aware that when a decision needs to be made, hardly anyone pushes for more, to this extent: “Mark, in your thought and heart, what seems to be best in this for you?” Some friends do…they … Continue reading

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A Lovely Way To Start My Day…and…Maybe Yours!

Such a lovely way to start a day. Maybe only. Maybe only for those who have dogs. I don’t know. What I do know is that Faith, Caleb and Copper own my heart…and the joy we share when they take … Continue reading

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Humor Is Not Always Funny

I’m into humor. The most humorous to me is not from me. Hardly. It’s from Steven Wright, who speaks in a monotone, dullness crashing through, and shares why he wears different colored socks. In fact, one of the best birthdays … Continue reading

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One Mermaid Meets Another Mermaid

Life has moments, some of which message beyond the occasion. For instance, shared recently that last Sunday during my visit at a church in “rural Texas,” I met a man who shared his life as a “catcher.” Of course I … Continue reading

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