When Dee and I moved into our home in a rural area last year, a neighbor asked if she could place her flock of sheep in our pasture. Sure, we told her. We have since grown to love the sheep as gentle, peaceful creatures.
My coaching client Deb has been taking several medications, including an anti-depressant. “The problem is, for every issue the medications alleviate, they create two other problems, some of which are rather nasty,” she explained.
Dee and I just returned from the site of a large public protest near the summit of Mauna Kea, Hawaii’s largest volcano.
At last month’s graduation of Morehouse College, commencement speaker billionaire Robert F. Smith shocked the graduating class by announcing that he would pay off the entire senior class’s student loans — a gift of $40 million.
A woman phoned into my radio show and reported, “My husband and I tried to have a baby for years, but couldn’t. We prayed and prayed, and finally I got pregnant and we bore a beautiful baby. Now we would like another child and we are having difficulty conceiving. I’m wondering if I’ve used up my prayers. Are we allowed just so many miracles?”