Last week, I wrote an article detailing the Top 25 Blog Posts on this site. My goal is to share what the majority of my visitors are reading. What do the articles have in common? The articles largely dealt with overcoming fear and anxiety. I trust these articles were of value. Of course, I am planning to write more such blog posts.
For me, it is not enough to say, “Jesus is the answer!” Why? It has the ring of cliche and it offers little substance for those who are seeking. Let’s do more than quote the Word of God. Let’s sare the truth of Scripture. There is a difference.
Have you given any thoughts on your New Year resolution? Yes, I know that Christmas is right around the corner and it won’t be long until New Year’s Day. However, it is never too early to give thoughts to what you’d like to change about yourself. One popular idea to steer away from negativity.
It sounds easy; however, it is a lot harder than one may think. The truth is, you can’t avoid negativity. It is all over social media, in our home, on television. There is simply no escaping the negativity of other people.
Yet, you can do something about your own negativity. I would like to offer some insights into dealing with personal negativity. You don’t have to live with it. First, it would help to have a healthy perspective on negativity.
Would you like to read a book about slaying your “Dragons of Negativity”? What am I talking about? Am I planning to write a medieval fantasy novel? How about a book on overcoming negativity?
Part Three What may that problem be? There is a blessing in being nearsighted. I did not get to see the uncomfortable stares of other kids. I also did not always get to hear some of the mean spirited words directed at me. For me, I did not see any…
Welcome to my first official installment of Tech Talk. My goal is to provide social commentary and insights for navigating the Internet. As I write more articles for this category, Tech Talk may be changed into a more suitable name. What comes to mind, when it comes to the Internet?…