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From hero to zero, and back again

There was a time, not too long ago, and certainly not in a land far far away, that I was content enough, with just “getting by.” I had given in, satisfied with the status quo way of life away: collect … Continue reading

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Proof of hope in a chaotic world

I was reading the news just a minute ago and came across an article about alleged sex trafficking allegations brought against a famous Hollywood actress recently; you may have heard. Apparently, she was arrested last month in Mexico by the … Continue reading

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Why I believe in an outdated book of “lies”

Did you know that none of the stories in the Bible can be disproven? Yup, it’s true. Regardless of whatever you may believe about science or Darwinian theory, or Budda, or whatever. No one has disproven the Bible or its claims. … Continue reading

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A God fearing copywriters take on business development

A small chain of events occurred recently in such a way they got my attention and gave me the impression God was somehow involved with them. Not much more than a year ago, I became obsessed with the notion of writing … Continue reading

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Why (should) I believe, and in what?

Why do I believe, and what do I believe, exactly? For years, I have touted that I believe in God. Which frankly speaking, I still do. Or do I? I mean, I think I do. But why? This is a … Continue reading

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The inside life of a squirrelly Christian copywriter

So if you’re someone who reads my posts, you’re probably aware that I just recently published my email copywriting website within the last week. It was actually published a few weeks ago, as a rough draft. But it was only … Continue reading

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The faithful adventurer

Imagine Indiana Jones, standing on the edge of a bottomless ravine… His mission, to cross the cavern to the other side. There’s only one problem: He has no visible path across the valley of infinite depth. No bridge No rope … Continue reading

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When getting fired means getting retired

Dude, I just got laid off today. That is what I didn’t expect to happen… As far as I knew everything was excellent, there was plenty of work. Now all of a sudden I’m being told it’s time to pack it … Continue reading

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In doper news…

When you have an addiction, and you’re still into your sickness you aren’t seeing things for what they are. It does something to you, it causes an altered state of mind. You no longer see things for what they are… Addiction … Continue reading

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Servants, obey your masters… ye olde serviceable wisdom

When you’re working for the ‘man,’ and you’re about ready to ‘bust.’Instead, you’ve got to keep on keeping on… No slow dragging, no sleeping. No excuses… Breaking the mold, breaking out, breaking the matrix, breaking free, busting loose, going rogue, … Continue reading

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