Someone said, “It’s better to keep your mouth shut and appear dumb than it is to open it and remove all doubt.” Or, as Forest Gump’s mother said, “Stupid is as stupid does.” Sometimes, mental aptitude is demonstrated by the stupid things a person does.
Close your eyes and imagine bread or rolls from your favorite restaurant...A server carries in a basket of piping hot bread, with the aroma trailing behind, and places it on the table. The fragrance brings smiles as the basket is passed and each person pulls out a roll or a slice of warm bread.
What we can each do without training, a great investment of money, or a huge commitment of time is to recycle. Face it. There is no one who does not throw something away every day. If you have waste, you can (and should) think about recycling.
Who doesn’t love a royal wedding? And in just a little over a month, we will get to witness Prince Harry marry Meghan Markle. But before that, we can enjoy a fairytale worthy romance story on the Hallmark Channel.
I met Steven Kraus in Ohio at a political event held in March of this year where I purchased his book at that time. I decided to read the book as I flew back and forth from a wedding I attended that same month. Having completed the book on the way back from my trip, the following is my review of his book.
Over half of Americans live with a chronic illness, primarily due to the food addiction and an overconsumption of sugar and refined carbohydrates.
Bethel Health: a place where people come and spend sessions and one day at a time, seeking the Lord in a place where there is spiritual activity.