Monday, December 29, 2014

Santa's Secret Elf Irving

Santa has long had an elf named Irving, the only Jewish elf among Santa's small army of elves. This has never been a secret.

But what happened this Christmas was a secret until now.

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Sunday, December 28, 2014

And God Spoke Again

The following is a fictitious conversation, in which I asked God why we have wars, poverty and environmental destruction. The answers may interest you:

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Thursday, December 25, 2014

An Interview With Jesus

This morning, Christmas Day, I conducted a fictitious interview with Jesus, seeking answers to questions I and perhaps you have long wanted to ask:

"Good Morning Jesus. May I ask you a few questions?"

"Of course my son."

"Are you the savior?"

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Thursday, December 18, 2014

And God Spoke

These are Three Commandments that are at the core of my journey in this life and came to me while in prayer. They are meant to be shared with you. I have posted them in Fables because you can reject them and the dialogue that follows as fictitious or treat them as I do, a profound reality.

The Three commandments were received in the words exactly as shown without explanation, but I have presented them as a dialogue with God beginning with the First Commandment so as to explore their meaning:

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Monday, December 15, 2014

When You Have A Good Heart - Anything Is Possible

"Congratulations on your 30 years with TWX," the robo signed CEO letter read, as Fred reached for the silver pin contained in the envelope with the letter.

"Actually, it has been nearly 32 years," Fred thought, as he sat in his cubicle in global aerospace giant TWX. "I remember joining this company shortly after I graduated from high school."

Now 50 years old, 20 pounds overweight and with a thinning gray hairline, Fred realized how fast time had passed.

When he arrived home that night, he shared the letter and the silver pin with Margaret, his wife of 25 years. "You realize Fred," Margaret replied, "Your job pays the mortgage on this lovely home and it pays the college expenses for both of our daughters."

Margaret then gave Fred a big hug and added, "You are a very special man."

That night Fred had trouble sleeping. For he knew his life was passing by very quickly and he had an impossible dream, a fantasy that could never be fulfilled.

Since he was 10 years old Fred secretly wished he could play for the Los Angeles Lakers basketball team.

But at age 50, 5 feet, 6 inches tall and with no athletic ability, that could never happen. Or could it?

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Thursday, December 11, 2014

A Little Touch Of Heaven

"Why me," Artie always complained. "I'm so tired of all the demands people make of me. Help me do this, help me do that. I resent people asking so much of me."

With that resentful attitude, no surprise, Artie had no special lady in his life, had no real friends and never got ahead at work. He was lonely and frustrated, and even his family avoided him.

"Why can't I find love and happiness," he said with heartache gripping his spirit.

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Monday, December 1, 2014

Jack's Joyous Journey

9 year old Jack was an only child, who lived with his parents in a modest Santa Monica home.

But both of Jack's parents had to work to afford their home and pay their bills and Jack would come home after school and take care of himself until his parents came home each night.

Jack was a lonely boy.

In his 4th grade class he was a loner, because he was shy around the other children and he was terrible at sports, often being the last boy chosen for any team.

So when Jack would walk home alone after school, he would go inside and do his homework at the kitchen table and then watch a little television.

His favorite television show was "Fantasy Island," and the fantasy of visiting an Island paradise always intrigued Jack.

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