Child Piano Prodigy Performs Mozart at Carnegie Hall


I hope to inspire my children to be creative and be the best at their gifts and talents.

Excellent example of excellent parenting creating excellent children.

Our children watch our examples every day. I commit to trying to discipline myself to be a living example of hard work.

Saturday Song of the Day #2: “Something Happens” by Bishop Paul S. Morton


When I call Jesus. Something happens when I call Jesus.

Bishop Paul S. Morton offers a song of confidence. We hope in Jesus and who He is 🕊🕊🕊🕊🕊

Saturday Song of the Day: Karen Clark Sheard “Sunday A.M.”


This beautiful song was on the radio and it just reminds us That Sunday morning is a time to recharge from our week!

A time to lay it on God’s feet. To rest from our labor!

I love the Lord for His Love for me!!!

Hope you are encouraged by this!


Do it


An object in motion remains in motion, an object at rest remains at rest.

Newton’s laws apply to people too!

To fight a slump, keep momentum HIGH

The Royal Kitchen in Qing Dynasty


This fantastic movie is enthralling and kind. The love stories told are authentic and the culture is beauifully portrayed. One to watch with your sweetheart!

Need to be humble? Reminders on killing our pride

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I realize the need to be humble.

To not assume that I know why people do or say what they do. To be humble to realize that I want compassion when I make a mistake and because of that, I should be humble when people do something against me. “Mercy triumphs over judgment.” James 2:13

I will be focusing on changing my default of pride, my default of offense.

I have also been studying Proverbs 8, where David speaks of wisdom being prepared: having mingled her wine, having set her table, and crying out for people to turn in to her. Wisdom was there when God founded the Earth, before anything was ever created. God and wisdom are buddies. When desiring to be wise, remember to be humble.
When we do things, we must examine our reasons for doing it. Is this to make me look good? Is this right? Am I doing this out of my own vanity?
Sometimes, our hearts have been black, bruised and dirty for so long that we are not aware of when our perceptions and beliefs come from. However, if one thinks about God getting to look, not at what everyone else sees, but on what is really in our hearts, we are quickened to change. Am I who I say I am?
How many Aesop fables have morals that show us that things are not always as they appear? The Tortiose can be beat the Hare. The mouse can be a savior to the Lion who is caught in a hunter’s net. Let us try not to jump to conclusions!
Do you know any humble people? I have one in particular that comes to mind. She does make humility her focus, but in doing so, she acchomplishes her goal. She considers all sides and she uses understanding in situations when people are offended by her. She apologizes and states her intentions and thoughts. Though she in her thirties, I count her as wiser than many other women I know.

This is also a YouTube video that is on the subject of mercy over judgment.