Have you ever had one of those days? This morning, I find myself struggling with a potential blog story and I’m not certain of what to write. As I will listen to YouTube content creators, I know that this is a common occurrence. What shall I write? What is on my heart, today? Continue reading
Have you seen it? There is an ad on YouTube featuring a self-help guru. It features a man standing in a garage and there’s a nearby Lamborghini.
What is it about? How does such an ad come to be mentioned here, on a Christian blog site? How does Stephen Curry fit into this? Please continue reading and you’ll find out. Continue reading
Father’s Day is fast approaching and it’s been on my heart, to write something. It sounds like a great idea; however, I am not a father. What shall I write? While I am not a parent; I do appreciate the value of a father, in a person’s life. What brought this up? Continue reading
For a week or so, I have been thinking of a blog story on nursing homes. What shall I write? As I consider some possible stories, a specific theme came to mind and it would repeat, itself. The theme is one of family and friends.
How does this relate to nursing homes? Do you know that my mother is in a nursing home? What does this have to do with the above theme? Keep reading and you’ll find out. Continue reading
It pays to read through your spam filter, sometimes. You will be amazed by what you may find. Along with the usual spams, you could either find a legit comment or a piece of inspiration. I have found such comments.
The other day, I found a curious message, in my spam filter. An apparent new blogger asked a question. “What tips or advice do you have for an aspiring writer?” “What tools or platform do you use?” I am honestly surprised by this set of questions.
If there is one thing that I have learned, from my friends on YouTube; people are hungry for such advice. As such, I should not be too surprised. As I have written a blog post called “Let’s Support Christian YouTubers“; it makes sense to write something for writers.
I can only follow the examples of some good friends and offer the following tips, in humility. I don’t claim perfection and I hardly arrived, per se. Please note, I can only share tips, from the perspective of my niche. Are you game? Continue reading
For the past few days, I have given thoughts to the topic of “critical thinking”. I learned it, in my college years. In fact, it was a mandatory class for incoming freshmen. From what I recall, Professor Josh Cabot centered the class around a couple of plays.
It was a fun class and I’ve never given it, much thought. From this class, I would learn a simple lesson, “Ask questions about what you’re reading and don’t settle for surface reading.” As we were reading a play on “Dracula”; I don’t think logic or analytical thinking would be of much help. Would you? Continue reading