Home is where the heart is is pretty deep actually. It’s amazingly comforting and joyful to return home after a long trip.
At the end of our life, isn’t this the same type scenerio?
Where does a person go if they don’t believe they have a home to go to?
The reassurance in knowing you’re returning to a special place is the peace that relieves all pain.
Dear Boomers, what is going the extra inch, and is it a waste of time?
All the service gurus claim going the extra mile is the way to exceeding customer expectations.
Who’s got time to put a lot into extra, when we’ve got a real job to do?
But what if we thought of it differently? Doing just a tiny bit more than anyone expects.
And doing it all day everyday?
Is our home a spiritual experience?
They say we don’t know what we have until it’s gone.
Expecting the arrival home after a 12-day trip to be a spiritual experience.
How often do we pray for the basics?
A familiar face, hug from a loved one, a walk with our pet.
Dear Family, I miss you dearly.
Good thing God created volcanoes otherwise there’d be no Hawai’i.
Seriously, these are volcanic islands. Their creation is a miracle.