2 Samuel 20: 18-22 Then she continued, “There used to be a saying, ‘If you want to settle an argument, ask advice at the town of Abel.’ I am one who is peace loving and faithful in Israel. But you are destroying an important town in Israel. Why do you want to devour what belongs to... Continue Reading →
The earth is a like teenager in a hoodie, Seen, but not respected for its wisdom. The older ones continue their destruction, Oblivious to the damage that's being done. The teen-aged earth tries to get their attention, To make them aware that there must be change. If the earth is to survive for more generations,... Continue Reading →
Become like the hawk, Use your God-given wisdom. Knowledge that abides. Written for Heeding Haiku with Chevrefeuille from Mindlovemisery's Menagerie, January 30, 2019: Hawk.
I figuratively rolled up my sleeves at the card table, ready to get down to business. The penny ante poker game usually was quite affordable, even for us college students. One of my favorites was Acey Deucey, where you were dealt two cards and bet on the likelihood the next card fell between them. Let’s... Continue Reading →
Through the years, I have been blessed to have wise women placed in my life, just when I needed their sage advice the most. One in particular, Mrs. Carmichael, whom all her boarders called, "Mom," always told me what I needed to hear, rather than what I wanted to hear, although I did not always... Continue Reading →