I Want To Experience Pain and Suffering

Everyone who has ever lived has suffered or gone through pain. We may not have suffered the same, but we have suffered none the less. I completed my first marathon on 2 June 2019. I went through a whole new level of suffering and pain, and it was not all physical. Pain and suffering allows…

Everything Is Worthless!

Some people who have read Ecclesiastes find it to be quite depressing and unpleasant. After all, it can pretty much be summed up in three words, “Everything is meaningless!” I beg to differ from those who find this to be a depressing book. This book of the bible is written by Solomon, a man who…

Tri Me!

This post is going to be directed mostly at physical fitness and connecting with others in the process. The first two paragraphs are about my own progress as of late and what I plan to do going forward. Later on, I will get into ways of connecting with others through fitness social media. I mentioned…

Why do I do what I don’t want to do?

“Romans 7:15 (HCSB) 15 ¬†For I do not understand what I am doing, because I do not practice what I want to do, but I do what I hate. Do you ever feel like no matter what you know to be the right thing to do, you still make the wrong choice? I’ve recently starting…

Kill Them With Kindness!

One of the most difficult things to live through as a kid growing up is people teasing, bullying, and just outright being mean. I work with teenagers every day and some of the drama that is caused because one person said something bad about another person and their best friend heard it and wants to…

And the Runner Up!

I like to tackle topics of the mind, body, and spirit. Today I am going to center on the body, in particular, running although the mind and spirit are definitely integral in this endeavor. Even if you are not a runner or even feel like you could never be one, hear me out on this…

When Forgiveness Is Difficult

  Much of what I have heard on talk radio and in working with my students throughout the week seems to be centered on forgiveness, forgiveness of others and forgiveness of self. I like the definition I heard on a broadcast while listening to Family Talk on XM Radio this week. Basically, forgiveness was described…