Tag Archives: Syria

Inside a Jahadi University

This video rings true to me for several reasons.  First is the intellectual capacity of the   terrorists. . . . doctors, engineers, and other STEM educated people.  I have no doubt that there are people capable of this work. … Continue reading

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James Foley, Son, Photographer, Martyr, and Hero

Seeing this interview with  James’ extraordinary parents gives me  an idea of their son’s character and heart.  One person, no matter the shortness of time they live, can make a significant difference  on others’ lives.  His work on this earth … Continue reading

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Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness

David and I went to Walmart this morning after Starbucks. As we entered, I was struck with a flooding  memory  of  another Walmart, in Gilbert, Arizona several years ago. I was with my son and his family and we had … Continue reading

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