Posted in April 2009

Pandemic Panic versus Peace

In light of the “pandemic panic” which is presently creeping through our nation, and the world, I think it is important to step back, and put things into proper perspective. Nothing captures the imagination like a new scourge, and too often we worry about remote risks while ignoring real dangers…The best antidote for this kind … Continue reading

Prejean and American Pediatricians: Stay True

What do a beautiful pageant contestant and a large group of American pediatricians have in common? In a word: Honesty. This month both Prejean and the ACPeds give us pause to consider that perhaps when it comes to a choice between “Political Correctness“, and just plain correct-ness; PC is passe. Case #1. When California’s Miss USA contestant … Continue reading

The Susan Boyle Phenomenon

In less than a week, “Susan Boyle” is fast becoming a global house-hold name. At least anywhere there is an Internet connection…What makes Susan so appealing? Yes, she has a beautiful voice. But there are many lovely singers in the world – some with much more experience, and training, not to mention camera appeal…Susan has something extra to offer… Continue reading

A Bright Light To The World

There are many names and titles for Jesus Christ. One of them is “The Light“. He is referred to multiple times in the scriptures as “The Light of the world“,  “The Light of Men” and “The True Light“. In addition to Jesus being the light, those who choose to follow him are promised to receive a portion of … Continue reading

Consider The Lilies: Fear Not

Jesus often taught his followers to “fear not“. In today’s world climate of anxiety and uncertainty, Christ’s parable of the lily is more relevant than ever, and offers us great comfort and proper perspective. In the Master’s sermon on the mount, imagery from nature is used to remind us of God’s power over all things.  … Continue reading