ownership

Ownership Question: Who Does This Belong To?

Examine Your Life A conscious life and intentional living are what many strive to do and this writer is among them. Over the past couple of weeks, that came even more sharply into focus. Regular readers might have noticed that there was no post here last week. The reason for that is simple. Thrust upon me was another decision to take ownership, not necessarily of something but feelings about a couple of situations unfolding in my experience. Much if not all the posts on this blog are recollections of lessons

7 Lessons From The Fount Of Wisdom: Facebook

It’s More Than Social Each of us has our personal reasons for choosing to be on Facebook or not. If you have used the platform as long as I have then those reasons might have evolved over the years. Initially, it was sheer curiosity about all things Internet that led me to join Facebook. With time and continued usage, the novelty just never wore off for me. Reconnecting with and even meeting family members who I have not heard a peep from in over 30 years was another reason. In the last few years,

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Stop Being Tolerated: The ABC To Self Celebrate

Celebrate Good Times For at least a decade now, we have heard preachers, politicians and ordinary folk alike stress how important it is to tolerate others. We have also heard countless speeches and possibly attended, even more, seminars on how to celebrate our lives. Absolutely nothing wrong with either of the two. With the world going through another major transition, tolerance and celebration are welcomed ideas. However, some have taken tolerance to a politically correct extreme. Then there are those who miss the many opportunities to celebrate. Celebrating can be

Before I Die: 5 Life Lessons For My Granddaughter

Mahalia, My Kitten When this was first published, my granddaughter, Mahalia was almost 14-months old.  On July 1, 2014, she made a premature entrance and turned all our worlds around. No one would have convinced me that the day would come when I would be so in love with a grandchild. However, my Kitten, as I have called her since first seeing that ultrasound snapshot of her, has stolen, wrapped up and secured my heart. Due to her young age, genius as she might seem, I am sure Kitten will