On a television program called Good Times, JJ, one of the main characters, frequently exclaimed “Dy-no-mite!” I believe that everyone has dynamite inside. The resurrection of Christ is a good place to examine that potential. A massive boulder rolled in place at the entrance of the tomb of Christ weighed about two tons, yet the …

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Valentine’s Day Spending: What’s Love Got To Do With It?

Romance may be on your mind come February 14, but Valentine’s Day is also big business. Here’s a breakdown of how much Americans spent on Valentine’s Day in 2017. As a whole, Americans spent $18.2 billion. That’s $136.57 per person! Of those, 20 percent bought jewelry, spending $4.3 billion on shiny baubles. Add some sparkle to …

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The Present

William Wordsworth wrote, “Life is divided into three terms—that which was, which is, and which will be.” Anything can be tolerated in the present moment. Rarely, however, are moments perceived without the overshadowing of the past.  What I mean is, say someone is stuck in traffic. No big deal as an isolated occurrence, just a …

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Nothing left is what people feel after having their homes flooded or their hearts attacked by devastating news. Morris Goodman can related to losses. On March 10, 1981, his airplane crashed; as a result his body parts were inoperable. His neck was broken, his spinal cord, jaw and larynx crushed. He was unable to swallow …

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