Tag Archives: Philippians 4:8

Worry: It’s Job One

“If you know how to worry, you already know how to meditate.” ~ Rick Warren  Unfortunately, my first semi-conscious morning thoughts are often about situations over which I have little control — life’s big what-ifs.  Worrying, obsessing, ruminating is how … Continue reading

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What the Little Voice Says

“And so we beat on, boats against the current; borne back ceaselessly into the past.” F. Scott Fitzgerald I suppose that last line from “Gatsby” as much as anything characterizes the ongoing narrative in my thoughts. In sailing, a “beat” … Continue reading

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The Other Voice

It is always there in my thoughts and it’s been there for as long as I can remember.  It’s a voice that gives a running commentary on my behavior and my observations of others. It is very judgemental.  It rarely has anything good to … Continue reading

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The Trivial and Other Addictions

    Well, the big S-Bowl has finally come and passed.  I have to confess, though, I did watch part of it in between excursions to the Military History Channel and a snooze.  When I came to with about 5-min remaining it had … Continue reading

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