I never want to ride a motorcycle again! It happened while I was traveling with a quartet in the mid-Atlantic states. We visited a church and the pastor and his sons enjoyed dirt biking. They invited our group to go with them. Up to that point, I thought motorcycles would be great! They gave us some instructions and I still remember him mentioning throttle lock. This is when your wrist is locked and you are giving the bike a lot of gas. Usually at that point you freak out and either crash, fall off, or die (probably). I was doing just fine, until Continue reading
April 7, 2011 CNN reported that Alan Iverson, former NBA star, was a passenger in his own car when a Georgia police officer pulled them over. The documented exchange between Iverson and the officer revealed in one statement this “red carpet syndrome.” He said, “Do you know who I am?” Red Carpet Syndrome. Everything is about me and how I am treated. This statement shows true weakness in character and is the opposite of meekness. We live in a culture that is all about self-assertion. So what is meekness? Continue reading
Probably the most iconic attraction of Yellowstone National Park is Old Faithful. I was able to see Old Faithful when I was traveling with a quartet. It was pretty neat to see, but I was more interested in how dependable it was in it’s eruptions.