Lawrence Glasner Peace in the Home #1: Listen First. Then Talk. Answering before listening is both stupid and rude. Proverbs 18:13. I am both stupid and rude. Occasionally. A few nights ago, I woke at 3:00 am and wandered into the kitchen to kill my diet. A repetitive clicking sound reverberated from the freezer. CLICK-CLICK-CLICK-CLICK. [...]
‘Only those who risk going to far know how far they can possibly go.’ TS Eliot I think this could be one of my favorite lines ever written. The last few years have been filled with a lot of risks. In some spaces, I discovered I couldn’t go as far as I thought... in other [...]
God delivers big time when you hunger for the right things. Peace of mind, satisfaction, and other tangible and intangible rewards.
Lawrence Glasner Between January 12, 1990, the day the President of the State Bar of California swore me in as an attorney, and January 4, 2015 the night a triage nurse checked me into the Los Robles Hospital Emergency Room near death, if you asked me about myself I’d tell you straight up, “I am [...]
Otherwise, we had a beautiful romantic and fun marriage. But running together just didn’t work... so we gave it up. I would run by myself or with my daughters, and if we were doing a half marathon “together,” it was in reality, separate because I would run ahead on my own.
As of today, we have been without electricity for 6 days. It began last Tuesday around midnight. There was a loud banging noise, and then the lights flickered ominously once or twice, and then the silence desceneded. No gentle hum of the heater. No buzz of the refrigerator. It was dead quiet, except for the [...]
The issue is, have I learned anything meaningful in the past four years? Short answer, yes, a few things, I hope. Here they are...
Brother Lawrence believed we didn’t need to do great things. He knew that little things are just as important as big things.
“Don’t stay around here late because you think you’re impressing anyone. You’re not. This is not a sprint. It’s a marathon."