Does Your Suffering Have Meaning?

Viktor Frankl is my favorite author when it relates to choice, attitude, struggle. In a very small nutshell, he survived 4 concentration/death camps in 3 years during WWII. He lost everything. He lost his job, home, identity, wife, parents and purpose. He regained one of those things, however. His purpose. He found that his purpose …

What Can Be Gained From Philosophical Discussions

For some time, now, I’ve been on this path to read from a list of authors who have taken that deep dive into Meaning, Thinking and Existence. It can be a bit sketchy for a Christian to do this. I believe the more you read, the more you have to think about. Not necessarily the …

Who’s To Blame and What’s Right

I’ve had quite a few thoughts about all that’s going on in our country right now pertaining to the “protests”. Here are a few things I feel needs to be said about acting as a responsible citizen in our American society. Amendment 1 of the United States Constitution’s Bill of Rights mentions 5 “rights” alone. …

How Are You Spending This Time With Your Kids?

While browsing social media this past month or so, I’ve seen a major upswing in friends posting more activities with their kids than what was “normal” for them. Does that mean we’re spending more time together as a family? Uh, yeah. So, what are you doing during this time to make the most of it …