Daily E’ism on the American Dream

The new ‘Murican Dream: Working 70+ hours a week just to pay for wood, hay, and stubble. And that is…

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Maybe it is too late

They say it’s never too late to start over or follow a dream. As long as you’re still alive that…

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Be hospitable to all

I keep asking myself every time I hear about this wall of Trump’s: What if the Native Americans who were…

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Rise above the sickness and follow the dream

Ever known someone who was negative or pessimistic? That’s signs of a broken spirit. Even though your days are ordained…

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Living the dream

I once heard Charles Stanley (aka, “America’s Pastor”; next to Billy Graham that is) say that if you’re not dreaming…

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The original American Dream

I actually visited the Phoenix Public Market in Downtown Phoenix a few times when I was living out there. During…

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What is the American Dream?

What is the American Dream? The media will tell you that it isĀ  home ownership and a college education. Then…

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Daily E’ism on being misunderstood

I have to confess that I have always felt misunderstood. Kind of like that one episode of the 1970’s sitcom…

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Why I finally left my high school at 40

I literally saw something called “deep fried Twinkies” one day when I was shopping at Aldi. They were in the…

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