The second and final part on my grievance with some local church members. Maybe I need to write about forgiveness?
Can you imagine a woman having her children taken away on religious grounds? It happened to a young woman called Agnes in 1910.
I heard it said if you ever find a perfect church, you should leave. But let’s be honest. There’s no such thing as a perfect church.
Is it too late for me to learn a new skill for the modern age? So begins my third attempt at Colt Steele’s Web Developer Bootcamp.
The first steps to help you recover and heal a broken heart.
The annual cost of subscription apps is becoming prohibitive. When will developers realise we might just stop paying every year?
It is with some trepidation I review a book. Especially the No. 1 New York Times bestseller, You Are
a Badass®: How to Stop Doubting Your Greatness and Start Living an Awesome Life (2013). It has sold over 3 million copies and continues to grow in popularity. Then I come along to critique. Oh well.
Culture and heritage can be sensitive issues for us. Over the years, I have grown distant from my cultural background, though perhaps I was never truly part of it.
I came across a post recently by fellow-microblogger Greg Morris. Greg sums up the benefits of running in one short paragraph.
Some people recommend talking with strangers as a way to boost self-esteem. What about talking to people a bit closer? They matter.