Month: July 2019

These Are the Good Old Days

My father did not live to reach the biblical “three score years and ten” (Psalms 90:10).  When my dad died he was only 63 and I was a kid of just 12. I’m thinking more about my dad lately because

Building Bridges of Kindness

When I was much younger I remember being impressed mostly by intelligent and financially successful people. Now that I am somewhat older my admiration and attention is shifting more towards people who are kind and caring with others. Rabbi Abraham

More than a Ride

He walked up to me late Sunday evening at a Indiana truck stop. Just thirty minutes earlier I had left a cabin at Bethany Beach in Sawyer, Michigan that my family was renting for the week. I had been thinking