Tag Archives: Friendship

An Accidental Encounter Showed Me A Glimpse Of A Steller Friendship

I had just finished writing a blog on friendship and was ready to publish, when I got the urge to take a break, so I jumped in my car and headed to a local park for some sunshine and “fresh … Continue reading

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Social Media Has Drastically Changed the Face and Meaning of Friendship

I don’t believe the current generation  understands what friendship really means, partly because of their attachment to their phones, computers and gaming devices.  Part of the blame is squarely  on the shoulders of the culture they are living in. Part … Continue reading

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An Unasked Question Answered….A Surprising Gift From a Friend.

A friend’s guidance showed me my current purpose.  Purposes change over a lifetime. God sees the big picture of why we are here on earth, but we only see a chapter at a time as we amble through life.  I … Continue reading

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