Month: January 2006

Iran’s nuclear ambitions

January 17, 2006 | 1 comment

Iran’s leadership appears determined to develop nuclear capacity that critics say can be used to build atomic bombs. Iran’s President Ahmadinejad has publicly voiced hatred and detest toward Israel. Most of us are not in leadership positions to decide appropriate

Do what you love

January 16, 2006 | No comments yet

Many surveys indicate that a large percentage of the workforce do not like their jobs. This is unfortunate. I’ve learned from experience the value of doing work you love. Twenty-four years ago, I had a job I detested. It made

It’s easier to stay clean

January 9, 2006 | No comments yet

A high-profile lobbyist in Washington DC named Jack Abramoff recently pleaded guilty to three felony counts. His up-coming testimony threatens to end careers of several members of Congress associated with his shady dealings, plus land himself in prison and end

Obey the law

January 5, 2006 | No comments yet

I stopped at a four-way intersection as three more cars stopped one after the other at all the stop signs. As each driver took their turn to pass through, one driver didn’t wait his turn. He zoomed across the street

God is All

January 2, 2006 | No comments yet

Shortly after graduating from college, it occurred to me one day that if I wanted to pray for people and heal them spiritually on a full-time basis, I would have to be thinking about God all of the time. I