Twenty five years ago, I visited the island of Jamaica with girlfriends. We asked a taxi driver to show us the Jamaica that he loved…the real Jamaica. We told him that we wanted to learn about his home and culture. While on this journey, we saw two little boys carrying buckets of water across theContinue reading “Can’t live without it”
Monthly Archives: July 2019
A few years ago, a man sitting beside me on the plane asked why I was traveling to Guatemala. I told him about the children’s home I had been visiting for 12 years. That was the last time he asked any questions about my life. Instead, he spent the next hour telling me all aboutContinue reading “Never”
Inquiring minds have asked the question, albeit worded differently, for centuries and centuries. For a while, I asked the question but I don’t think I ever used actual words. Instead, I lived the question out loud. Some will admit they have wrestled with the question while others attempt to push it out of their mindsContinue reading “The Question”
Fireworks are for celebrating!
(Shameless plug for my brother’s amazing artistry…Steve Kight Photography) They didn’t exist yet, but…there should have been fireworks. It was an amazing feat. A miracle. 20,000 hungry people fed by multiplying 2 fish and 5 loaves of bread. I wonder if people in our nation can truly grasp the wonder of this miracle. We areContinue reading “Fireworks are for celebrating!”