Hurts So Good!

Hurts So Good Two days ago I had my third back surgery (and 9th overall). While not nearly as huge an operation as my spinal fusion 11 years ago (the same exact surgery as Tiger Woods’), I still feel like i’ve been hit by a bus. This was technically a voluntary surgery, since it was […]

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#flashbackfriday Grandma Edition

#FlashbackFriday: Grandma Edition. Largely because they think life should be fair, children tend to complain a lot. In fact, whenever you encounter adults who complain a lot about the many inequities and injustices that have beset their lives or the bad hand of cards they’ve been dealt, you can bet you have encountered adults who […]

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How Essential Oils Became the Cure for Our Age of Anxiety

According to a public income statement, more than 94% of Young Living’s 2 million members made less than $1 in 2016, while less than 1/10 of 1% earned more than a million dollars. Everyone in the industry avoids any comparison to pyramid schemes, which are illegal, but the similarities are hard to ignore. “You have the two legs of your pyramid,” a doTerra employee told me, “I mean, not a pyramid, but, you know, it has a triangular shape.”

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One Man

“Let the children come to me and do not hinder them for the kingdom of God belongs to such as these.” -Luke 18: 15-16

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The Blessings of America

“d” by Pat Sajak, September 4, 2017 On this Labor Day my thoughts are with a laborer I wish I had taken the time to know better: For much of my life, I carried an extra letter with me. It was a “d.” My name was Patrick Sajdak, S-a-j-d-a-k. It was pronounced as it is […]

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