Category Archives: Human behavior

It is what it is!

three days ago, I had a fruitful day; it was long and demanding but rewarding – I slept well and thanked God.  It is what it is. yesterday, I experienced a kind of meltdown from all of the many activities … Continue reading

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The old is good

We live in a world obsessed with new things.  Our consumer society is constantly bombarding us with adds for the latest, the newest, the you-must-have.  Yesterday’s toys, gadgets, iPhones, clothing, cars, you name it are passee.  New is better.  Oftentimes, … Continue reading

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progress more

In First Thessalonians 4:9-11, St. Paul acknowledges the love that the early Christian converts have for each other and urges them to “progress even more, and to aspire to live a tranquil life – a considerable challenge in the chaotic pagan … Continue reading

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Which is the greatest commandment

Which commandment in the law is the greatest – this question is posed to Jesus by a scholar of the law (Matthew 22:34-40).  Jesus replies: ”You shall love the Lord, your God, with all your heart, with all your soul, and … Continue reading

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healing laughter

I perked up at a religious service this morning as I heard the preacher speak about the healing value of good laughter – not a put-on laughter but a genuine laughter rising up from deep inside a person. Genuine laughter … Continue reading

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