Monthly Archives: May 2017
Good fences make good neighbors.
I love Mexico. And Mazatlan is an awesome place to live; but, like anywhere else on the planet, it has it’s downside. Someone stole a new lawn chair from our roof. I’m not sure exactly when. We’ve only owned it … Continue reading
Materialism versus Idealism. So what?
To say that the underlying assumption that we live in a materialistic reality is a belief shared by 99.9% of the people in the western world is probably understating it by several orders of magnitude. Only in the eastern religions will … Continue reading
What flavor are you?
A religious friend of mine “liked” the following post, which caused it to pop up in my facebook feed. For six years now I have traveled for my Lord. After a half century of pastoring, or denominational work, I have … Continue reading
When grocery boys made $18 an hour.
The headline reads “Shake Shack Confirms Worst Minimum-Wage-Hike’ Fears – “It’s Going Up Too Fast… We Can’t Catch Our Breath” Yeah Shake Shack. That’s what happens when America tries to catch up after 50 years of underpaying its unskilled laborers. Before I go any … Continue reading