Category Archives: Child Rearing

Advice For Every Parent… Teacher… and Coach… to Follow

A person attending a convention in 1996 listened to the following speech on values that were needed to impact the children of his day. He has currently shared it with some comments before and after the speech. This magnificent talk … Continue reading

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Superwoman….A More Appropriate Name For “Mother”

The ultimate job, that requires the most on the job training, is being a mother. No matter how many books one reads on the subject, or how much advice is given about the task, a mom ends up with a … Continue reading

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Re-blog of The Toxic Degeneration of the American Mind and Its Violent Outcome… By Dr. Gabriel Cousens

The Toxic Degeneration of the American Mind and Its Violent Outcome  03/22/2018     Blog Although there is a worldwide trend of increasing violence, massacres, assassinations, and human atrocities, (in which the US is not even listed in the top 25 countries for … Continue reading

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God Bless The NRA

I can honestly say I never gave much thought about the NRA until I had a heated conservation with someone about guns and the organization. He said some pretty strange things about both. So I decided to look into what … Continue reading

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Reflections on 2017: Part 1… Comparing Christmas to Other American Holidays

When New Years rolls around little time has probably been spent relaxing since mid November. Beside day-to-day living and working at jobs outside the home, hours have been spent on special planning for Thanksgiving. Then the Christmas season swings into … Continue reading

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There is Never an Upside to Recreational Drug Use

The Negative Impact of Drugs outweigh the revenue they bring to a community. Here are two stories that make that point, and these stories are repeated time and time again, all across America. Recently I was made aware that 10 … Continue reading

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Things Mom & Dad taught me in the 1950’s

Originally posted on Atridim News Journal:
Photo from the 1950’s ‘Father Knows Best’ sitcom starring Robert Young and Jane Wyatt 1. My mother taught me TO APPRECIATE A JOB WELL DONE . “If you’re going to kill each other, do…

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