The Sand Castle

My father walked me to the park. I held his hand the entire way. If I was being honest, I was a little nervous about going to the park. I’d heard stories about what goes on there. People throwing sand at other people. Knocking them off their swing. Pushing them down the slide. I’d also… Read On

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None of Them Knew

Joe Celebrity walks into an expensive restaurant in Hollywood. The restaurant is full of people. Some are there are on dates, others are hanging with friends, there’s even a marriage proposal going on in the corner. All told, maybe 70 patrons are happily dining in the restaurant tonight. Joe Celebrity walks up to the maitre’d… Read On

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To Trust or Not to Trust?

I took my kids out shopping one evening at around 7:30pm. As we got near the entrance to the store, a teenage boy with a backpack and a skateboard spoke to me. He said, “Hey, do you have a phone I can borrow real quick to call my mom to come pick me up?” Immediately… Read On

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God Walks the Battlefield

Last night I dreamed I was God. And there was a war, a big catastrophic war, and thousands were dying. I was walking through the carnage, the battlefields, among the people, the dying. They knew I was God and a crowd gathered around me. One from the crowd asked, “God, why are you allowing this… Read On

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The Importance of Vibration After Tragedy

This morning I was getting ready to write this very blog article on this very topic when I heard on the news of the horrible tragedy that befell the students and faculty at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newton, CT. It now feels even more important and timely. A couple weeks ago when I was… Read On

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