Monthly Archives: January 2018

What It Means to be “Redeemed by Christ”: Thoughts on Redeemed, How I Love to Proclaim It

I tend to think of myself as a pretty good driver. Unfortunately, there is one group who does not share my opinion, and this group is the New York State Police Department. In 2004, I commuted to Westbury, Long Island from Montclair, NJ. It was about a 90 minute drive each way. Well, everything was fine […]

Being in Love: Thoughts on In the Garden

Have you ever been in love? It’s a great feeling, isn’t it? What’s it like when you fall in love? You know you’re in love when… You think of that person every single day. At random moments in the day, that person’s face pops up in your head You can’t wait to speak to that […]

The Greatest Gift a Parent Can Give a Child: Thoughts on Precious Memories

Growing up, our family used to take a vacation every summer. We’d pack up the car and drive out for a week. There were certain rituals that developed in our vacations. I don’t know why, but I always loved to stay in the high floors of hotels. I guess I like to look out on […]

Understanding the Artist by Looking at His Art: Thoughts on This is My Father’s World, Part II

I went to the Huntington Library in Southern California one Sunday on that same trip that I saw the wonderful sunset. One of my dear friends, Professor Li of Cal State Long Beach, brought me there, accompanied by his wife and one of his fellow professors. It was an awesome day. For literally the first […]