Questions often flood our minds as we matriculate through the corridors of our lives trying to get from place to place. The unknown has a way of keeping us in suspense about many things, especially the things concerning God.
The first ad in the first commercial break of the nightly news is for adult diapers. The second is for a drug that will lower your cholesterol. The third ad is for a drug that will let you have sex. The fourth is for facelifts that will make you look 20 years younger.
On a recent edition of Meet the Press, host David Gregory asked his guest whether Republicans have given voters a reason to vote for them in the fall. He asked whether Republicans have demonstrated that they should control both Chambers of Congress and be “a governing party.”
Is there such a thing as a “bad seed?" Or is there innate innocence that gets corrupted by home environment and peer pressure? We’ve recently seen many examples of teen trouble that have left us digging for answers.
It’s tough enough when you and your partner give yourself bad scores from misunderstanding your and their bidding; like when you renege and give a game score to opponents who wouldn’t have made it without the two trick penalty; when you bid out of turn and it forbids your partner from ever bidding again unless you correct the bid to the right number or when you accidently drop two cards on the table instead of the correct one.