The End of Cash and RFID Technology

Here are reputable links concerning those who are calling for the end of cash and who are using RFID (think Chip Implant) technology. The End of Cash Bring On the Cashless Future (Bloomberg.com) Norway’s Biggest Bank Calls for Country to Stop Using Cash (International Business Times) The End of Cash Money? (European Institute) Millennial Money Myths: The Young […]

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My Two Most Popular Posts

When my son graduated from High School, I wrote him a letter, sharing my heart. When my daughter graduated, I did the same thing. Both letters were posted on this blog. Since 2012, those two posts have received 13,152 views. Every May, people from all over the world find these two letters! I’ve had a […]

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I am certainly no historian, but I do pay attention to the current events that I consider to be impactful. With that said, I offer this concerning the current political divide in America. Bush/Gore In my estimation, the great divide we our witnessing today began to manifest itself in the 2000 Bush/Gore election. The Democrats […]

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Legitimacy

The following is an excerpt from Scott Fowler, Contending for the Habit of Daily Prayer. New York: Issachar Imprints. 2016. There are two things we need to be comfortable with if we are to successfully cultivate a meaningful, dynamic prayer life. The first is ourselves—being comfortable in “our own skin” as they say. It may not […]

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Man in Particular |

Gotthold Ephraim Lessing suggested there are two approaches to the study of man. Either one considers man in particular or in general. Of the first approach one can hardly say it is the noblest pur… Source: Man in Particular |

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