Legislators preparing to return to Frankfort to deal with the state’s battle against COVID-19 and its nasty variants would do well to keep in mind Henry David Thoreau’s quote regarding the quantity of governance: “That government is best which governs the least.”
On Tuesday, September 5, 1882, in New York City, America held its first Labor Day celebration. In 1894, then-President Grover Cleveland officially made Labor Day a national holiday.
The late Conway Twitty is known for a lot of songs. Did you know that one of his biggest was a cover?
Last week, I spent much of one morning working on next month’s budget and scheduling payments. I keep my expenses on an Excel spreadsheet and can see what I spend for various items and services. And, over time, expenses have risen – some expenses more than others.
Sometimes, I get a bright idea. When I get a bright idea, I am so convinced of its worth that it’s hard to turn me in another direction. If the idea works, you will find me congratulating myself and telling others of my accomplishment. If it doesn’
In Ezekiel 18:2-3, Ezekiel told the people, “The word of the LORD came unto me again, saying, What mean ye, that ye use this proverb concerning the land of Israel, saying, The fathers have eaten sour grapes, and the children’s teeth are set on edge?
Welcome to the dog days of August.
You can learn a lot just by paying attention to the most random things. Sirius XM’s decades channels are great for some of that flashback knowledge, especially the countdown shows. For instance, I was listening to ‘80’s on 8 a few Sunday’s ago. They had gotten into the top 10
Even though I’m still enjoying this summer weather, I’ve found time to read. Most recently, my reading has included information about Alzheimer’s disease, the benefits of reading, and the book of Proverbs. Each has been interesting in its own way.
Pride touched Naaman, the Syrian general, and made him revolt at Elisha’s command to dip seven times in Jordan (II Kings 5:11-12).
Self-Righteousness touched the Pharisee and blinded him to his own corruption and the publican’s virtues (Lk. 11:12).