Tag Archives: personal responsibility

Shame, shame

The Bible tells us that we are all guilty of sin. 23 for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God,  Romans 3:23 (NIV) The dictionary tells us these definitions: GUILT – noun The fact or state of having … Continue reading

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Who is responsible?

[This article was originally posted in June of 2016. Unfortunately, it is even more germane today.] If two groups of people, each a leader with followers, pass on the street and one leader shouts at the other, “You stink! You’re … Continue reading

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All right, who’s responsible for this mess?

If two groups of people, each a leader with followers, pass on the street and one leader shouts at the other, “You stink! You’re ugly and stupid!” This would be rude, but not a crime, not even if his followers join … Continue reading

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I hate leafblowers!

I hate leaf blowers. They are noisy, intrusive and they blow up dirt and dust while accomplishing nothing besides blowing your leaves into someone else’s yard. As I walked along this morning, autumn leaves crunching underfoot, I was reminded of … Continue reading

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In defense of Control Freaks

“Oh, you know her, she’s got control issues!” How many times have you, your friends or co-workers made a similar comment about someone you know? We’ve all got control freaks in our lives. You know the ones: a boss who … Continue reading

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Building on a Foundation of Sand

I read two rather disturbing articles in this morning’s paper. They were unconnected, except that each is a symptom of our current culture. The first was a report of the sentencing of a woman who had been convicted of assisting … Continue reading

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