As if there isn’t enough pain and suffering in the world, let me write another blog post to bring some more into it. I want to continue my theme from two posts ago where I began talking about pain and suffering and whether or not God is responsible for it.Continue reading “Pain and Suffering Part 2”
Today I am going to write about a subject I usually keep to myself – Pain and Suffering. Not the pain and suffering of others or even of the world in general, but my own.Continue reading “Pain and Suffering – Part 1”
I don’t normally talk about my past other than to say I wasn’t the best Catholic or Christian and I made a lot of bad choices. But the last few days have brought back some memories of when I was younger, mostly about my Dad.
The other day I played hooky from work, something I don’t usually do. I had a bunch of things that needed doing that can only be done during the week so I spent the day driving from here to there and back again. One of my stops included a local Trappist monastery. While my visit was brief, I came away realizing I would never be able to make it as a monk.
Do you have to listen to people complaining all day? They spend all day finding something wrong with everything. When they aren’t complaining and pointing out things they perceive as wrong they are gossiping about someone. We all know at least one person like this, maybe even ourselves? Be honest now, haven’t you done these things at least once?
My apologies to John Lennon for using a line from one of his songs but I couldn’t help it. I have been looking into the Book of Revelation over the last week or so and this line kept going through my head. I have always wondered about this book as it seems pretty scary until you take the time to look at it more closely.
Picture this, you’re at work and wasting some time looking at your Facebook page. Out of the blue you receive a friend request from a familiar name. It is an old girlfriend (or boyfriend) from high school. This was your first, and we all know we never forget our first… Continue reading “Lead Us Not Into Temptation”