Usually when we experience pain, we immediately begin looking for a way to escape it. A child will hold up a scratched leg or finger for a kiss to make it better. A woman tormented during her “time of the month” will immediately reach for the pain meds, hot water bottle, and anything else to … More NO PAIN, NO GAIN…MAYBE!
Earlier this month, Mississippi governor Phil Bryant, signed a law that allows business owners to refuse service to people who are gay. The premise of the law is to protect “sincerely held religious beliefs or moral convictions,” including the belief that marriage is only between a man and a woman and that sexual relations should only occur in such a … More DO NOT ENTER: In the Name of Religion
People have said that love is not supposed to hurt. I beg to differ. I have come to learn, through experience, that love frequently hurts. In fact, the harder the love, the more hurt and pain are felt. My children entered this world through a process which was filled with both abundant love and excruciating physical pain. … More Love Hurts, and it SHOULD!!!
As children, when there is an “ouch”, a “boo boo”, or a “hurt”, we are often satisfied with a kiss and a Band Aid applied to the (real or imagined) injury. As adults, we can only wish the application of a Band Aid would take the “ouch” away. How much more is that true when … More Band Aids Don’t Cure, They Cover
No matter how great of an actor, athlete, or singer you are, you will NEVER be Leo, Bron, or Carrie. No matter how much talent you have, how hard you work, or how much pressure you put on yourself, it will never be enough to morph you into someone else. You may be able to sing Carrie UNDER … More Who is the next Leonardo DiCaprio? Lebron James? Carrie Underwood?