Showing posts from July, 2021


  Reflective Thinking I watched the Jul 22nd episode of EWTN's, Called To Communion with Dr. David Anders  Friday morning. In response to a question Dr. Anders was responding to, he made the following comment that gave me pause to really think about ...   'As a Christian, am I living my life as Jesus lived his life?'  If Jesus is both God and man and by virtue of the fact that he is the Son of the Living God and therefore could not sin even if he wanted to, my question to myself is, 'How then can I live my life as Jesus lived his life?'  What exactly does that mean? What does living like Jesus look like? Coffee Break w/Carlos Michael I decided to see how many Coffee Breaker's  listened to Episode 21: Labeling  of Coffee Break w/Carlos Michael  which aired on Wed. Jul 22, 2021. The number was four (4). I am certain three of the four were myself, Bro. G., and Mr. Man. Who was the fourth listener? As much as I am tempted to make this about me by going off on a tira


  Hello, Friends! Thank you for stopping by my little corner of the world. My typing is a little off after jamming my index finger into a carton of milk Thursday morning. I have only myself to blame. I was rushing to get things done and didn't pay attention to what I was doing. As I lifted the bag containing the milk, I did so in such a way that one of the cartons began to fall from the bag. As I reached up to prevent the carton from falling onto the floor of the trunk, I jammed my finger into it. 'Ouch!' The takeaway:  pay attention to what you are doing and do not be in a rush to get it done.   Jammed finger aside, I had a very productive Thursday.  This week was my first week at making a conscientious effort of tracking how much I eat and the number of steps I walk per day. To reach my target goal of losing 5 pounds by August 14th, I need to walk an average of 10,000 steps per day and not consume more than 2,410 calories per day. This is by no means easy to do. Then agai