The Christmas in Literature quiz: 8 questions by Joanna Schroeder
Short Stories About Choices and Consequences
Every day you have choices to make, and each choice has a consequence or result. If you choose to not sleep, as a consequence you will be tired. If you choose to not eat, as a consequence you will be hungry. Making a choice is like picking up a stick. When you pick up one end of a stick, the other end always comes with it. When you make a choice, a consequence always comes with it.
Our days are filled with choices. Wherever you wanna go. What do you wanna do? Whatever you wanna do. I recently went for a pedicure with a good friend.
Both Sides of the Table
Every decision has consequences. Every step forward requires a decision. Or the inverse — indecision. Let me start with a story. About a year ago I was working with a team whose performance had not gone as expected. This was not the first discussion I had had with the CEO. He believed we had a weakness with his CTO.
Every Sunday the worship service includes a message from the Bible. My words are an attempt to understand and apply the Bible to our daily living. I post weekly sermons and other biblical messages on this page. May you find meaning and hope as you read through each message and seek to hear God's voice. Leave a comment to ask questions or inspire others with your insights. In general, the previous Sunday's sermon will be posted by Tuesday afternoon.
As the sun went to hide behind the mountains, birds sang their songs on their way to their nests to hide. My heart broke into pieces. To ignore them I listened to regae music but the lyrics brought back what I was trying to forget. When darkness takes over the day it would also take over my heart. V all night. The reason was that my mind would be in another country yet my body was right next to her, so she filed a divorce. All this began after we had our first born son, as we tried to be honest to each other as best as we could.