“Woe to you, teachers of the law and Pharisees, you hypocrites! You clean the outside of the cup and dish, but inside they are full of greed and self-indulgence. Blind … Continue reading Day 27 (Friday) -“Coffee Stains…”
Brittany has died. It is not my intention to glamorize anything about death or the choice to die. Life is worth living… but what happens when the life you have … Continue reading The Right To Live And To Die: Brittany Maynard
A Testimony from a Jar of Clay “You have pulmonary sarcoidosis.” The doctor said it like I should know what that meant. He then asked me if I’d ever … Continue reading Perspectives Day 1 Featuring John Mowers (Major) -” A Testimony From a Jar of Clay”
When I was a young boy I received a bicycle for Christmas, it was blue. I rode that bike all over the place. I loved that bike. There is something … Continue reading These scars are beautiful!
She fought her way through the throngs of people. Every inch was a battle, but her objective was in sight. “If only I can reach him”, she thought, “maybe I … Continue reading The Patron Saint of Last Ditch Efforts
There are no lengths in which a parent will go to in order to save their child! Few things in this world terrify a parent more than the threat of … Continue reading “Don’t let my son die!”
Sometimes recalling certain memories can be like peeling the paint from an old weathered house. You know the old house needs it, it’s crying for it and yet the whole … Continue reading This Old House…Peeling back the paint