Category Archives: parenthood

Perils in Social Engineering


Social engineering has been an ancient, historic, and current goal throughout earth history. It is something done in every era, and often challenged by social engineering with total different goals. One of the challenges inherent with such engineering is that … Continue reading

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Every Scottish child to have a state-appointed overseer – new bill raised in Scotland’s parliament with very few reservations.


The child above is only half Scottish, while here she is flying over Great Britain. She did not have a state appointed overseer but turned out pretty good.. There have been very few reservations about the bill raised in Scotland’s … Continue reading

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The NECESSARY VERSUS The PREFERRED and not just for clergy


By Norris Burkes Published: Saturday, October 27, 2012 at 6:21 p.m. Next month I begin work as a part-time hospital chaplain for the Sacramento, Calif., VA Medical Center. While I’ve been out of hospital ministry for nearly five years, I … Continue reading

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OBSERVATIONS ON RAISING OUR CHILDREN


One of the joys of parenthood is observing our children.  One of the terrors of parenthood is observing our children. One of the confounding puzzles of parenthood of wondering how come our children have turned out the way they have … Continue reading

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