Category Archives: ethics

WHAT’S YOUR PRICE (Part 3)

Let me tell a story on myself. You can tell it was a long time ago – tank full of gas for under $20! As usual I was in a hurry. I had to get to where I was going … Continue reading

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WHAT’S THE PRICE? (Part 2)

The multi-millionaire swaggers up to the beautiful red head, and says, “Would you spend the weekend with me at the Hilton for a million dollars?” With her best alluring smile she answered, “Oh, yes, that sounds so divine!” He said, … Continue reading

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WHAT’S YOUR PRICE? (Part 1)

    On the water refill booth in Walmart  I saw eight plastic sealing strips off water bottles.  I guess someone pulled the strips off eight gallons of water, then told the cashier he/she was buying refills. Maybe there was … Continue reading

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SECRETS – AN AWESOME RESPONSIBILITY

1. “I did it, but my family needs me, I need to keep my job.  I can’t afford a lawyer.  Can you help me get out of this mess?”  Family man confesses to his buddy. 2.  “My heart is broken.  … Continue reading

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JUSTICE FOR THE “LITTLE” MAN

  Mr. Brown sat down on the sofa at my invitation. He placed his briefcase on his lap, and said, “This won’t take long. I understand that you were an eye witness to the accident down the street when a … Continue reading

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LETHAL LANGUAGE

Words can be beautiful.  Proverbs 25:11 says “A word fitly spoken is like apples of gold in pictures of silver.” Contrasting that is James 26 which says “The tongue is a fire, a world of iniquity…” This post concerns the … Continue reading

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‘TWEEN GOD AND ME – WHAT STANDARD?

As I was driving south on Penn Ave. I noticed a woman walking south. My gut reaction was that she looked so tired. I wondered where she was going and it crossed my mind that I might be able to help. … Continue reading

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TRUTH OR DARE

I have a friend whose husband commented on her new red dress, “It makes you look like an over-ripe tomato.”  That might be a bit too much honesty.  Being honest does not generally require one to blab off at the … Continue reading

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