Monthly Archives: January 2019

Why I Quit:

Facebook We are social creatures, all of us. When Facebook came along, everyone embraced the chance to share their thoughts, photos and status changes with friends and family. And they did it willingly. My foray onto this platform was prompted … Continue reading

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History Lesson: Losing One’s Head

Charles I of England Executed Today in 1649 After his succession, Charles quarrelled with the Parliament of England, which sought to curb his royal prerogative. Charles believed in the divine right of kings and thought he could govern according to … Continue reading

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Just Now: Shepherd’s Warning!

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Just Remember:

God’s got this!

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Loyalty: Cuts Both Ways

The answer to yesterday’s question “Why Lie?” Funny, isn’t it? The answer about Donald Trump’s troubles has been there from the very beginning when he fired James Comey as Director of the FBI: “I need loyalty, I expect loyalty.” It’s … Continue reading

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Why Lie?

Is It Just the Nature of Public Life? Politicians lie. Everybody knows that. Is it because we ‘can’t handle the truth’? A couple of days ago, a Washington Post report asked the same question, referencing the fact that Robert Mueller’s … Continue reading

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A Certain Kind of (White) Light

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