Monthly Archives: September 2014

Why did Jesus come anyway?

It really urks me that people don’t realize why Jesus came to earth.  It’s one thing for unbelievers to not get it but when born again, saved people don’t get it is a whole lot tougher.  It’s like telling a … Continue reading

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How do you pursue happiness?

In the movie “The Pursuit of Happyness”, it seems happiness was finally attained at the end when Will Smith got the job and pretty much all his cares and worries for money ended.  I wonder if happiness was actually attained then … Continue reading

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Mom, it’s only makeup what’s the big deal?!

“I’m 14 years old and you think I am too young for everything.” My lovely daughter thinks I am too protective and have too many rules.  I disagree.  I think that children are supposed to age gradually.  What the heck … Continue reading

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The Meaning of Happiness Changes Over Your Lifetime

Originally posted on Center for Advanced Hindsight:
The following is a scientific and personal article written by CAH member Troy Campbell about happiness. One lovely afternoon, I began chatting to my grandpa. I was completely unaware he was about to…

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50/50 Chance of Divorce!

50/50 Chance of Divorce!.

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50/50 Chance of Divorce!

I remember when my now ex-husband and I were getting married at the ripe old age of 19 years old.  We certainly had our nay sayers.  Family and friends were concerned about our decision to marry so young.  I asked them their … Continue reading

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The devil himself showed up!

I have explained to my children a few times that I didn’t particularly want them to work in their teen years.  I didn’t believe that going off to get a job at some fast food joint was a rite of … Continue reading

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