Monthly Archives: December 2018

Rasslin

My high school did not have wrestling, so I never experienced it myself. I admire the sport’s required speed, strength, and discipline, however. One of my college football coaches who did wrestle taught me that, in Kansas at least, it’s … Continue reading

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Liar liar

Has anyone ever lied to you? Have you ever lied? While you ponder these questions, let me provide the answers. Yes. Yes. Liar. Liar. Why do we lie? There’s a litany of justifying excuses, but in my experience there are … Continue reading

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Enemies at the gate

King David’s life was characterized by mountain tops and deep valleys. He wrote many of the Psalms during these bright and dark periods. Several express his state of mind while being pursued by enemies. Consider Psalm 3, for example. In … Continue reading

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Sort your face

Face it Americans, our British brothers and sisters across the Atlantic sometimes say it better, or at least with more style. Neflix has unlocked the BBC for me and I enjoy collecting English phrases that are, to borrow a term, … Continue reading

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