One day there was a young man hiking across America standing on an interstate on ramp on the side of the highway in Gillette Wyoming. It was snowing, and he had just spent the morning waiting out a blizzard in the town, and had been standing on the side of the highway a few… Continue reading Answering The Question Of Our Lives
Robby Robins was an Air Force pilot during the first Iraq war. After his 300th mission, he was surprised to be given permission to immediately pull his crew together and fly his plane home. They flew across the ocean to Massachusetts and then had a long drive to western Pennsylvania. They drove all night, and… Continue reading A Sense Of Urgency
He that goeth about to persuade a multitude that they are not so well governed as they ought to be shall never want attentive and favorable hearers. Richard Hooker - 25 March, 1554 – 3 November 1600 OF THE LAWS OF ECCLESIASTICAL POLITY. THE FIRST BOOK.CONCERNING LAWS AND THEIR SEVERAL KINDS IN GENERAL. HE that… Continue reading The thing that hath been, it is that which shall be . . .
William Ralph Inge - "The Gloomy Dean" THE masters say: That is young, which is near its beginning. Intelligence is the youngest faculty in man: the first thing to break out from the soul is intelligence, the next is will, the other faculties follow. Now he saith: Young man, I say unto thee, arise. The… Continue reading This Little Light Of Mine . . .