Winning Big “It is to our own detriment that we underestimate the might of small and simple things.” ― Richelle E. Goodrich For the longest while, I religiously bought lottery tickets. It was the only form of gambling I participated in. However, it never yielded me more than $20 each time I won. Although it has been awhile, from time to time I still purchase a ticket. The notepad that holds my plans for my big win, however, has long been discarded. Who would get what was carefully written down.
Best Word of The Week Words You Can Use This Weekend was the most visited post of this week. It was published last week in fact but many of you seemed to be drawn to it and that is understandable. In our world today, we say and read so many words. Sadly, many of the words making headline news are filled with animosity or downright cruelty and hatred one person or group towards another. When the headline words are less hateful, they are filled with fear or sending a message
What More Do We Need? We are fast approaching the end of 2015 with today being the last Sunday in September. In a few days, we will be in the last quarter of a very interesting year. Reflecting on all the happenings in the news and around me, there is a quiet question about “enough” sauntering through my mind: “What do you wish there was more of in the world?” This is not a new question for me and something tells me it might not be for you either. Last