“I don’t need to ask for your forgiveness because I didn’t do anything wrong.”
What irritated me most about that statement was the fact that the man who said it to me had never even bothered to ask what the problem was. He knew I was angry with him. I don’t hide anger well anyway, but by his actions and his words over the previous couple of weeks, I knew he knew.
Yet when I’d finally calmed down enough that I thought we could have a conversation about it, that is what he said to me. Let’s just say that his statement didn’t go over well. My mind was furious; my heart was deeply hurt.
For months I stewed, talking to God and asking for clarity.… Want to read more?
Money isn’t the most important thing in life, but it’s reasonably close to oxygen on the ‘gotta have it’ scale. ~Zig Ziglar
Money is important. And it’s desirable—proven by the mass purchase of tickets for the January powerball lottery. News reports covered such critical topics as which Hollywood stars bought tickets, and the science behind picking winning numbers. And then they had to report on the winners and their plans for the money, of course.
I get that it was a record amount of money; I get that it was a lot of money. But I also read in CNN Money that the odds of winning were 1 in 292,000,000. Two hundred and ninety-two million, y’all!
Do you realize you are more almost four times more likely to die from an asteroid strike?… Want to read more?