The way I see it . . .

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I grew up in the country when home delivery was the norm. Every week we had bread, milk, and even potato chips delivered to our home by guys who drove route trucks. We knew the men by their first names. The guy who drove the bakery truck even had a nickname – Happy. Continue reading “The way I see it . . .”

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Honey, can I drive now . . . ?

My wife has the aptitude for driving in Formula One events. The results from a career path test actually verified that she had what it takes to be a race car driver. Driving with her is, well—, stimulating! When I asked her parents Continue reading “Honey, can I drive now . . . ?”

The way I see it . . .

I decided to do a weekly Sunday post, “The way I see it . . .” I’ll be writing about stuff that has helped me over the last six years of a very difficult transition. Morphing from a place where all things are familiar to a life where very little produces the sense of Deja vu left me frozen in fear most of the time. However, the process has given me new eyes on life. I want to share my eyes with you in “The way I see it”. . .  Continue reading “The way I see it . . .”

The Power behind Perspectives . . .

. . . or the Mechanics of Belief

Spiritually speaking, I think its wrong to tell people what to believe. Not only is it wrong, it’s a covert manipulative attempt in making disciples of your own views. I say covert, because I don’t think we want to dupe people like that. Continue reading “The Power behind Perspectives . . .”