Category Archives: Life Philosophy

The Marriage Question

To be married or not to be married? That is the question.  It’s a question I receive several times a week these days, usually when someone is referring to my single status or another recommendation for a perfect match… “He’s … Continue reading

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Do We Need to Grow Up?

Legos, coloring books, and creative play were my happiest childhood memories. Life used to be simpler.  We all used to be simpler. Friendships were made in minutes because everyone needed to talk about birthdays, favorite colors, and food.  Smiles were as … Continue reading

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Never Get Old

Repost from April 3, 2010 Old isn’t the number of years you’ve lived; it isn’t an AARP membership; it isn’t playing bingo; and it certainly isn’t life experience. Old, as an overall concept, is a state of mind. It’s the … Continue reading

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It’s Never Wrong to Give

Critics said it was a senseless tragedy. People protested. Americans rose up and spat on our husbands, brothers, fathers, and friends. Despite this history, 45 years later, we’re seeing the people of Vietnam respond in unprecedented thousands to an American … Continue reading

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Still a Virgin?

“I could be just like you if I wanted to be,” I heard Joaquin say in response to a jeering group of teenage boys. “But you can never be like me again.” I was a teenager myself at the time … Continue reading

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Going Barefoot

I’ve decided to go barefoot this summer. It has been my habit to always wear high heels for one reason or other. Usually it has been because, as my friend Dr. Haffey once told me, I am “keenly aware of … Continue reading

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Don’t Pressure Me!!

The Bible says, “The fear of man is a trap” (Proverbs 29:25).  Yes, relationships are what life is about but there’s more to it, isn’t there? Why do we care so much what people think of us? If we get our perspective … Continue reading

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