Monthly Archives: January 2017

Anger – One Size Doesn’t Fit All Part II

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When was the last time you sat around a table talking about  anger problems with men who live in a shelter?  When is the last time you talked with anyone about a personal anger issue?  Today I had the privilege to … Continue reading

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Do You Have an Anger Trigger?

Have you been angry in the last 24 hours?   Are you an angry person? There is a big difference in those statements. In the homeless shelter where I volunteer,  a few men are in a constant state of discontent and anger. … Continue reading

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The Touch of the Masters Hand

“Where do you stand with the homeless?” That question was posed to me 13 years ago? I didn’t stand anywhere because I had ignored the whole problem. The homeless weren’t a problem to me; I didn’t live near their world; and maybe I … Continue reading

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The Clemson Light of Inspiration

Clemson beats Alabama for the national title in the exciting last few seconds.  Clemson Coach Dabo Swinney responding to an ESPN reporter about the  win:   “I told these young men to ‘let the light that is in you shine brighter than the light … Continue reading

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An Invitation to Fulfill A Desire

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Have you ever made a statement on January 1 like? a) I’m losing weight this year; b) I am going to change my hair style; 3) I am starting the job search now and I am going to “take this … Continue reading

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