Division versus Cohesion

Division versus Cohesion

He tripped over his feet making his books fly everywhere. It was the seventh time he had been purposely pushed just that day. “Watch out, what are you? Dumbo?” The other boy laughed. “Excuse me? You did not just say that to him,” replied a girl standing a few feet away. She bent down and picked up a few of his books. Others did the same. “He is perfectly fine just the way he is. Why do you insist on bullying him?” she asked. She helped the boy up and handed him his books. “Come on. Let’s get to class,” she advised.

How Testimonies in the Bible Bolster Your Faith During Hard Times

How Testimonies in the Bible Bolster Your Faith During Hard Times

Have you ever had something happen that just rocked your world, or took out your legs from beneath you?

I experienced just that when the doctor recently called unexpectedly to say, “I’m sorry to tell you this, but you have cancer.”

I sat stunned for a few seconds before she broke into my wildly running thoughts, to ask if then was a good time to schedule surgery. I couldn’t think straight, much less talk on the phone and look at my calendar at the same time.

The Day I Was Diagnosed With Cancer: 18 Promises to Hold Onto When Crisis Hits

The Day I Was Diagnosed With Cancer: 18 Promises to Hold Onto When Crisis Hits

Yes, you read that right. I’m fairly certain I won’t ever forget the day I was diagnosed with cancer.

About a week earlier, I had shared what I thought was a very mild concern with my doctor. She then determined a biopsy was in order.

“A biopsy? Oh I hardly think all that is necessary,” I implored. Still she insisted.

“Okay—do as you like but I don’t think we need to make that big of a fuss over it. It’s more of an annoyance than anything.”

Honestly, I put it behind me and didn’t consider it again, until…

How Do We Make Sense of the Violence in America?

How Do We Make Sense of the Violence in America?

I was deeply honored to be interviewed recently on over a half dozen radio programs nationwide regarding the current state of violence and political unrest in the United States, from my perspective as a neuropsychologist and mental health provider. While the questions asked in each interview were varied, basically, each radio show host wanted to know how do we make sense of the violence in America, and what do we do about it?

Despite the tragic recent events in America, I maintain that we can still have hope.

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