George Whitfield

Few remember George Whitfield (1714-1770) but the expression “One Nation Under God” is his quote as he, as a young British preacher and missionary travelled from England to America in the 1740s. At the time a sea travel across the Atlantic ocean was a long and dangerous trip in small boats. He wished to unite the new colonies and a […]

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Social Anxiety or Introvert

One of my blogging friends Vincent Mars with his blog “Boy with a Hat” has been interviewed by Anna Cutteridge at her blog repsycl.com about his feelings about always having preferred to be alone. The first question: How do you feel about the diagnosis or term ‘social anxiety’? Social anxiety isn’t necessarily an illness, but a peculiar character type. When it’s so bad […]

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Let Social Media Inspire You

My blogging friend Carol is good at using Instagram and Twitter in connection with her blog. Please click on the link to find her original Instagram post via Twitter. In one of her other posts Carol describes how her ex husband was an expert in making their marriage look fine and normal even though she was held in captivity. Following is […]

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Lance Wallnau, My Online Pastor

What a rich flow of spiritual education to be found via Dr Lance Wallnau’s homepages. Lance teaches on business and entrepreneur issues but just as much in how to increase in your calling whatever that might be. Lance is a Christian with Jewish background educated in theology and economy.  He has many platforms. Periscope attached to Twitter is the social […]

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Developing Relationships

Inspired from a fellow blogger Jaye Marie who wrote the following on her post on Relationships : I have always been fascinated by relationships. Any kind of relationship really, for as I grew up, it seemed everyone had one except me. I spent most of my childhood in foster or children’s homes, where most of the other kids were just […]

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Developing Patience

Yesterday I found Romy’s blog post on how patiently her father he had taken care of his mother for a long time until her recent death. She had preferred her other children to him but he was the one who helped her to the last breath.   The easiest thing would be to turn your back on her and let […]

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