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It has been years since I had a course in Geometry. However, I have had a new and deep need to go back and revisit this dreaded subject that at one time in my lift confused me to no end. To understand the basic definitions of terms such as Point, Line, Line-segment, Ray and Angle. At the time of my younger days I could not understand the need to know the difference between acut ...

Have you ever heard the following, “God does not give us more than we can handle.” This often comes to us when we are in some trial and the “well-wisher” wants to help us feel better and it only makes things worse.   This is a common problem when we try to quote Scripture. We misquote or we stop short of the full message. So, let us go to the source and seek to understand bef ...

The Spotlight effect. At the center of our world is ourselves. No one sees the world the way you do. However, how they see us also affects how we see ourselves. Often being focused on ourselves we overestimate our place in the lives of others.  The Spotlight effect means that we tend to see ourselves at the center of the stage, and for that reason we over estimate just how imp ...

So, ask yourself this question, sitting in the room that you are currently in, maybe you are sitting in your home or at your office. Unless, there is a gas leak or a bomb from a Roadrunner cartoon or the room is engulfed with fire, for most of us we are not in any danger. Then why do we have fears? If nothing can harm us right now then why do we allow our thoughts to influence ...

Often in a counseling session I will use the following that I pulled from a writing by C.S. Lewis, this is not an exact quote but my interpretation, “We are the sum of our life experiences, everything that we have been through, good or bad, makes us who we are today. However, it is our philosophy of life that allows us to use those life experiences.” Each of us are unique in ou ...

Nicodemus Visits Jesus John 3:1-21 tells of a Jewish Pharisee and a member of the Sanhedrin come in the middle of the night to visit with Jesus. This may seem as if he were trying to avoid being seen going to Jesus, unless you see Jesus as a Rabbi. It was customary for the Pharisee’s to be in study at night so that they would not be distracted by family or life events. Also, w ...

Life is difficult! We worry about so much that it keeps us from living life.

Looking at the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual for information about Bipolar II. 

A brief look at understanding Bipolar I.