So, I have probably mentioned it before, on another post, that I am back to journaling. Last night, or rather early, wee hours of the morning, I laid in bed, writing. My husband had fallen asleep. Earlier in the day, a friend had posted on Facebook that their church was still meeting in small groups … Continue reading In the new normal – God is the same Part 2
Good morning all! Isn't it so interesting how you can look out the same window and once in a while you see a slightly different view. Today, it's a bit foggy outside. Yesterday, it really did rain all day. I told you I don't believe it is going to rain until I see it. And … Continue reading Looking out the window see..
Here's a view from my backyard.It's most of what I see these days. On the image on the right you can see the work they've done on the apartments. So, yesterday Mayor Nirenberg, ordered all non-essential businesses to temporarily close. Apparently, San Antonio was the last major Texas city to take this drastic measure to … Continue reading Quieter nights ahead…
“If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.” ― Sun Tzu, The Art of … Continue reading Could you identify your enemy in a police lineup?
The Lord is so great. He provides unlimited opportunities for man to learn of Him. All we have to do is look around. I wanted to share what the Lord showed me (below) followed by a few pics from our day trip to the park. It was a last minute trip for us, on our … Continue reading Lesson from Big Bend National Park
Popular opinion, like-mindedness, reference groups, groupthink (diffusion of responsibility), stereotypes, herd (mob) mentality Reference groups are used in order to evaluate and determine the nature of a given individual or other group's characteristics and sociological attributes. It is the group to which the individual relates or aspires to relate himself or herself psychologically. It becomes … Continue reading Going against the Grain