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- What Makes Contentment Possible in the Fire? 5 days ago Picture this. You’re living life as a refugee, completely under the authority of a self-worshiping totalitarian dictator. He’s completely certain he deserves all the honor and worship all of his subjects can muster and… you’re completely certain he doesn’t. You and a few of your fellow...
- The Good Words :: This One Word Makes Contentment Possible 1 week ago Passing by the local playground down by the River last week, I noticed an unusual sight. In our sleepy wee town, the playground might have a half dozen cars at any given time, and typically only has an overflow when people are putting their boats in at the ramp across the road, but on this […]
- The Good Word for March :: Your Invitation to Contentment 2 weeks ago “They say money can’t buy happiness. But it can buy jet skis… And have you ever seen an unhappy person on a jet ski?” A decade ago the Hubs and I cracked up at a comedian making this observation. I can’t remember the comedian or the context, but I remember repeatedly joking about it with...
- The God Who Is Kinder Than Necessary 2 weeks ago There are two things that seem to get under the skin of the average human being like nothing else: Bad stuff happening to “good people” and Good stuff happening to “bad people” Whether you’re flipping through the pages of the trials of Job or flipping through a magazine published last...
- The Good Words :: Kindness Has a Thousand Flavors 1 month ago “Years ago I began to pray over all those God brought into our home a prayer I had often whispered to Him in regard to my daughters: ‘Father, give me Your eyes for them. Give me your eyes for this man, this woman, this child. Show me how You see each one.‘” *** Katie Davis […]
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20:56 PM October 15, 2012
Hello, A friend and I are traveling to South Africa in the spring. Cape Town and then Kruger National Park. Any suggestions for a couple of fellow Americans who are interested in good (but modestly priced) food, local art and nature? We are both excited about the trip. Thanks! A Sinclair