Monthly Archives: September 2007

Today Is Enough Sometimes

I hope that you have enjoyed Alan’s message on perceptions. Part two will be available soon and he has just done a part three. I will keep you posted and let you know when they are downloadable. I have recently … Continue reading

Posted in Describe Your Ride | Leave a comment

Clarification

My purpose in writing today is to sort of set the record straight—as if it needs to be. I had this thought the other day that if someone entered my life about the time I began to blog they would … Continue reading

Posted in Describe Your Ride | 6 Comments

Too Late?

As we move forward in our lives, I have found that it is sometimes necessary to look back in order to maintain a proper perspective. If indeed, as I believe, our perception shapes our reality, then what we have remembered … Continue reading

Posted in Describe Your Ride | 6 Comments

A Trip To Raleigh

This weekend Sandi and I visited our son and daughter who live in Raliegh, North Carolina. It is a 3 1/2 hour drive so we don’t visit all that often but when we do it is always a good trip … Continue reading

Posted in Describe Your Ride | 2 Comments

Perception and Spirituality

Life has it’s very own way of presenting us with just enough stuff to handle in order to keep us busy and almost off-hook with making any sort of definable progress—be it an exercise program or reading the bible everyday. … Continue reading

Posted in Describe Your Ride | Leave a comment

We Are Not Alone

Today was one of those days off work where the morning was filled with activity and the afternoon was laid back and relaxed. Sandi and I had planned on being in New York City this weekend but with two weddings … Continue reading

Posted in Describe Your Ride | 2 Comments

In Process—The Next Step

As a lay in bed this early morning, in that half-awake time, I had a feeling not unlike that of being in the Matrix. Many times during my life I have, in waking early, been made aware of a dream … Continue reading

Posted in Describe Your Ride | 7 Comments