Monthly Archives: May 2012
“They are just wrong,” she exclaimed. “How could they do that? They need to be ashamed of themselves.” It is amazing how judgmental people become when someone else is caught in some unscrupulous act. read more . . .
Growing up there was a song, “Almost,” that started with the singer bellowing, “The saddest words I ever heard were almost…not quite, but almost.” The lyrics illustrated various scenarios of almost achieving victory. But, the one I remember the most was the one where a guylikes this girl but he is too shy to let her know. Once he gathers the nerve to tell her, she is dating another guy. I often think about these lyrics and realize that so many people live them out every single day. read more . . .
Most people who know me will say, “Jacqui loves her birthday! She starts telling us about it weeks in advance.” Yes, I do love my birthday, but you know what I love your birthday just as much. read more . . .
Every morning, I watch Rabbi Daniel Lapin’s Ancient Jewish Wisdom. You see everybody needs a Rabbi according to him. I’m glad that one day I happened upon him. The wisdom Rabbi Lapin and his wife, Susan, shares have been illuminating. read more . . .
“I’m so deep in debt I don’t know what to do,” my cousin exclaimed not so long ago. As she stood there like a frighten cat up against the wall trying to figure out how to fight its way out of this dilemma I said, “You have to file for bankruptcy. That is the only way you will be able to get out of this bondage.” read more . . .