Taking on the Challenges Faced by Men 5 Star Read ★★★★★ ABOUT THE BOOK Chris' words come directly from his heart as he openly shares his own personal experiences to support the reader to identify that they are not alone. He gives a breakdown of advice, from the man's perspective, to help one cope with… Continue reading [BOOK REVIEW] C’mon, Man!
If you are depressed then you are struggling to understand a deeper part of yourself that is the opposite of depression. God reveals Himself in an image. We reveal our true selves through an image because we are the image of God. We can understand who we truly are if we are trying to understand… Continue reading The Awareness of You
There are three thoughts that determine the outcome of our circumstances: I can change, I will change, or I can't change. If my thought is that I can't change, then I won't. If I believe that I can't change then I have already deemed myself not able to -- That will leave me with no… Continue reading Breaking Free from Chains of Untruth
Food is unity. Food brings people around a table. Food tells people it is time to stop, commune, learn, and acknowledge one another. Food is enjoying the moment with others while taking a rest from all the hard work that we have done. Food is multicultural. Different food from different ethnic groups can be sought… Continue reading A Conversation About Food with a Jew
It is normal to feel frustrated with life. If life is getting you down, know that there is hope to find a way out of it. When I am feeling depressed, I ask myself why am I feeling this way and what can I do to not feel this way anymore? Being Self Aware Sometimes… Continue reading Life is Like a Box of Choices
Disconnected from understanding anything anymore; you find yourself lost, so lost that you don't know how to get along in this place. You have no idea where the map is or how to read it to be able to find your way home. You are seeing just how cruel this place can be. The more… Continue reading WORLD WAR III: The Spiritual War Within
Friday, September 14, 2007 -- Then you ask, what is love anyway? Is love unselfish? Love is not my own desire of how things should be -- this cannot be love. Learning love is learning God. Love is perfect, love is God, and love is whole. Love is that piece, that link, or that… Continue reading A Diagnosis: The Inability to Accept Things That are Not Perfect