Image by Shutterbug75 from Pixabay This morning I found a check (spelled "cheque" for Europeans) that I could not cash from 15 years ago. It was from a lovely man called Mr. Alan Oates. Alan was touching 40, about 5,5 in feet with ginger hair that was curly on top and short on the sides … Continue reading A Check For £19.50 From Mr. Alan Oates
Image by Steve Buissinne from Pixabay I heard a radio program in Ireland in which the presenter who is openly atheist, said he didn't worship money because it's not a god. "It's not a deity, so I don't think the word "worship" is appropriate".The word worship however can have a double meaning being used in … Continue reading Do Atheists Worship Money?
It's an argument I have both made in my former days as a secularist, and continue to encounter today. The Vatican should sell all it's riches and give it to the poor if it wants to imitate Jesus. Why do local parishes have to collect Church funds from us peasants to pay the bills? Why … Continue reading Reasons Why The Vatican Should Hold Onto Its Treasure
Image by OpenClipart-Vectors from Pixabay You're down on your luck. Life has never been so cruel to you lately. Someone with the worlds most compassionate and beautiful heart approaches you, and without asking questions, caring neither if you were a murderer or common thief, handed you one million dollars. What would you say? Let's be … Continue reading If Someone Handed You One Million $$$ Would You Take It?
Image by 4144132 from Pixabay Many Fathers think that leading by example means to show their son how tough they are. There is this temptation to show our sons that being powerful, rich and a ladies man who runs a tight family ship is what it takes to be a good Dad. As a father … Continue reading We Need Fathers Who Lead By Example