Every addiction has its rationalizations.
This guy dressed in a gorilla suit tried to hold up a McDonald’s in McDonough with a banana as a weapon.
Many potential problems can be avoided with proper planning and preparation.
The following story involves cleverness at its best and its worst. You be the judge.
The longer I live the more I realize that we need to laugh more.
Well, the joke is coming first in this article.
Solving this problem is grist for the mill in our society today.
A few years later, Crusoe nursed an injured, deserted native to good health and taught him many skills.
Vice President Bush received a lot of criticism about his statement of introduction.
The Italians have a saying, “Since my house is burning, I may as well warm myself in it.”
While assigned to the Georgia Public Safety Training Center in Forsyth, I observed many training exercises at the Fire Academy.
It is amazing that a sip of water can cause such an uproar.
In every occupation, there is a period of apprenticeship. Through trial and error, usually we discover what our strengths are
Our existence would be more meaningful if we could learn to share more care and concern for each other.
It is imperative that we condition ourselves to listen in the present because when the present becomes the past it will surely influence our future.
There is an old saying that states; “You should not take what you can’t give.”
Wise consistency, to me, is the epitome of wisdom.
To help our bodies remain healthy, we need a proper diet, regular exercise, reasonable rest and to avoid the no-no’s of tobacco, alcohol and other drugs.
The solution to education and other fields is that we have to remember to remember to think.
The spirit of Santa, to me, is still very much alive and I hope it continues to live.
Early in my life, Grandpa taught me how to plow a mule. He taught me not to look back to see if the row was straight
Today, I fear that we really do not know what a quality role model is
The message is that we need someone, like a child, to help us keep life in perspective.
Jerry Clower tells this story of a potential candidate to preach a trial sermon in this country Baptist church.
Whether we agree or not, the pastor had a lot of backbone.
Whoever Murphy is, I know he or she is always on the job.
In reality, we must remember, it is how we look at things.
All of the sudden, this small truck cranks and backs up very fast toward me.
In reality, limits are a necessity. By setting realistic limits, we enjoy as much freedom as we can tolerate.
Terms that have understandable meanings are used as shortcuts in our communication with each other.
So words and work are similar. Less is sometimes better.
In reality, it boils down to individual responsibility. A choice has to be made.
At times, we are so prone to take credit, even at great cost.
When you marry the wrong one, you are “finished.”
Having an open mind often pays off for us.
Mount St. Helens, tornadoes, floods, etc., are just examples of tragedy and upheaval.
This system is foreign today, in an age of cell phones and other devices that are remote.
Why are we so afraid of plain truth?
We believe that this angel in the image of a frog was instrumental in finding her gold bracelet.
What do you call cheese that’s not yours?
Timing that works to our advantage takes us outside of ourselves.
Oh, how we look in the wrong places.
Lessons from the past help us adjust to the present and to prepare for the future.
It is important how we look upon or interpret situations
For those of us who believe in the afterlife, there is the concern of the soul. This concern was my purpose for being there.
One thing I do know from experience is that it is imperative that we must really want our marriages to work.
It is amazing how leaving a couple steps out of a process can literally mess up things.
It appears that we just want to beat the legal system.
Good business persons make it a practice to take a half an hour each day and relax in their chair and forget his or her business concerns.
What we can do is to treat all persons with dignity and respect.