This is nearly a perfect storm for mental illness. The University of Washington through exhaustive scientific, practical research has determined one in four adults has some form of mental illness. If we factor in our current pandemic, broken trust in popular media and politicians, unemployme…
I looked up Merriam-Webster’s 2020 online definition of gossip. It first gave the definition of the noun as “a person who habitually reveals personal or sensational facts about others.” I didn’t have to go further to know what the verb definition is. It was right in the middle of the definit…
This won’t last forever. We will be more free to roam around. It’s likely going to happen by summertime, and it will be nice to get to see people we haven’t in a while. Well, except it will be weird, knowing our friends might look at us and notice how much more plump we have become.
This week I was dialoging on Facebook with a woman who said, “This pandemic is such a hard test.” I asked for clarification. “It is a time of unprecedented suffering,” she said.
It would seem foolish if a person said something like, “Why should I have to service my vehicle?” or “Why should I have to make sure there’s enough air in the tires?” Most of us understand if you don’t take proper care, things simply won’t last very long.
Some of you reading this column are not connected to a church, but might consider attending one this Easter if we weren’t in the middle of a worldwide pandemic.
My daughter, after traveling from Italy back to Spain, was not allowed back into her apartment due to the COVID-19 fears of Italy’s outbreak.
The entire world has unexpectedly changed in two weeks time. The deaths from COVID-19 are heartbreaking. We grieve with their loved ones and hope for the restoration of people all over the world who have been infected.