Category Archive: Spirituality

Sep 24

Open Thought: How Is Marriage Really Defined? Same-Sex or Opposite Sex?

Open Thought:  HOW IS MARRIAGE REALLY DEFINED? SAME-SEX OR OPPOSITE SEX? “For in the resurrection they neither marry, nor are given in marriage, but are as the angels of God in heaven” Matthew 22:30 When I listen to the fiery discussions on marriage, see the clerk in Texas refuse to issue a marriage license to …

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Jul 22

Open Thought Asks: What Are the Root Causes of Violence? Violence strikes around planet earth in innumerable forms:  wars, murder, theft, greed, bombs, discrimination, hate crimes, spousal abuse, gender abuse . . . maybe you would like to add a few of your own.  The list is limitless and the consequences are catastrophic!  Why does man destroy himself, other human beings, cities, countries and …

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Apr 04

Open Thought Asks: Where Does Racism Begin?

Racism:  A term that has plagued world cultures for centuries–sometimes overt and sometimes subtle.    America has dealt with it since the 1600s–millions have lost their lives, suffered mental and physical abuse and lived with the gross inequalities of a nation.  In fact today, racism is alive and well in America and other countries throughout …

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Mar 19

Open Thought to: An AMAZING Story of Faith, Love and Courage!

THE UNFOLDING THE UNFOLDING OF A ROSE BYMAMIE SMITH ED.D. An Amazing Story of Faith, Love and Courage Don’t forget to scroll down and view the authors who share this page with me. Is it possible to hear a clear definition of life that comes strictly from the mouth of God? Does God really speak …

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Jan 12

Open Thought Asks: What Are Symptoms of Low Self-Esteem?

        A week ago, this question would not have appeared in my thought.  Why now?  Good question.   It started the day I interviewed an author on Talk to the Author with Dr. Mamie Smith–my radio show.  The author’s book revealed how a person could move from bankruptcy to wealth by changing how …

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