A weird experiment with a lesson

A weird experiment with a lesson

I’ve never cracked an egg with a chicken inside. That would be a shocker if it occurred over a frying pan. But it’s been done by biologists with a fascinating result. In fact, it’s an experiment with a lesson. A biologist cracks the shell containing a fully developed chicken–not full grown as such a fully […]

Failure is the seed of success

Failure is the seed of success

I’ve got an impressive resume of failure. It’s embarrassing to admit, but it’s true. At one time or another I’ve failed in every area of my life. Seriously. I’ve broken things I hoped to fix, dropped things I hoped to carry, and hurt people I hoped to help. I’ve had failure slam dunk some of […]

Anyone need a second chance?

Anyone need a second chance?

Anybody who ever failed a test longed for a second chance . . . one more night to study . . . one more chance to make the grade. Those who have suffered a failed romance or marriage look back at hurtful things they said or did and wish they could undo them. They fear […]

Something Jesus Never Did

Something Jesus Never Did

Lately I’ve been thinking about procrastination. How I tend to put off doing things I don’t enjoy. Like de-cluttering the storage room or shaving my dog—my dog is a golden-doodle and I shave her to the skin twice a year, except for her head. She’s a sight to see; white hair, like a lion’s main, […]

Do you do this?

Do you do this?

After the false alarm regarding a brain disease a radiologist said I had, which a neurologist later said I don’t have, I thought a lot about the brevity of life. And how much time I waste. I don’t like to think I’m lazy. After all, I’m a hard worker. Yet sometimes laziness and I kick […]