I think it’s safe to say that most of us are cut off from each other in one way or another. The research seems to indicate that our increased dependence on social media has led to more, not less, loneliness. The only exception to this indication appears to be when a connection is made over … Continue reading Why Are We So Lonely?
I started reading 1 Samuel the other day. I want to do a serious study about the life of David. Many small forests have been cut down for all that has been written about this man, so I should have plenty of good material to study. I’m a full-time parent and dad, so I’m looking … Continue reading Samuel on Listening
I believe there are times in life when pain and difficulty are the best teachers. They say that there are certain stressful situations which, if experienced too often, can actually lead to a decline in one’s health, among other problems. Namely: Moving, changing jobs, adding children to your family, divorce, death, or sudden financial downturn. … Continue reading Change
UPDATE (4/8/19): Since writing this post, I discovered something new about my enneagram number. I thought about writing a new post, but every time I sat down to write, it came out all wrong and narcissistic. I suppose the original post was also narcissistic (as are most of my writings), but I wanted to find … Continue reading From Scattered to Scanner (UPDATED)