Month: May 2018

  • The Majority are Often Wrong

    The Majority are Often Wrong

    About 400 years before Christ came and made His rather dividing remarks about mankind, Plato wrote his book “The Republic” and called attention to the problems with democracy.  Many writers have done so since.  So Jesus is not alone in His thinking when He says: “…..wide is the gate and broad is the road that […]

  • Black Friday

    “Black …. day” is a term used for the day there is a major fall in the stock market.  The last “Black” day for the stock market was Black Monday Oct 19, 1987. In contrast with the gradual and persistent climb in stock market values over many decades, days like Black Monday are sudden, precipitous […]

  • Think on These Things

    Think on These Things

    I have been taking a leaf out of Dr. Caroline Leaf’s book (sorry couldn’t resist that pun): “Switch on your Brain” and used a mind map to do a 21 day meditation on a single thought. In this case the thought is Philippians 4:8:  “Finally, brethren, whatever is true, whatever is honourable, whatever is right, […]