Friday, November 30, 2018



Can we just stop arguing?
It seems that wherever you go today,
someone is arguing with somebody.
Husbands and wives.
Parents and children.
Parents and teachers and coaches.
Political parties.
Neighbors and friends.
Populations. Entire countries.
Members of congregations.

Aren't all the people on your Facebook page

Can't we agree on anything?
Or simply agree to disagree?

As Americans, we love our freedom. We have rights.
Why are we suddenly so critical?

Is there no other point of view except our own?

It breaks my heart to see so many families who argue to the point of estrangement. How is it possible for parents to cut off their own children? Or kids to completely remove their parents from their lives. What could possibly be that important?

There's more than enough hate in the world.
Can't we spread a little love this Christmas?

Smile. Slow down. Sing. Hug.
Don't blow your horn.
Add a nice comment or don't write anything at all.
Give someone a compliment. You'll never know how much your words of encouragement might mean to a person. It might even save their life.
Each one of us has worries, fears, and troubles.
Let's make life a little easier for people.
Never make it harder.

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