A Resolution of JOY

Despite 12 years of Catholic education, I consider myself more spiritual than religious. You may argue that "spiritual" and "religious" mean the same thing. But to me, being spiritual relates to matters of the soul and intangible things, including heavenly beings. Being "religious" pertains to the specific beliefs of a particular religion. My blog, my … Continue reading A Resolution of JOY

BE HAPPY: A Grammatical Perspective

Earlier today I was on the treadmill at my gym reading a book (which is what nerds like me do when they actually make the time to work out!). During a fairly benign scene in chapter twenty-seven, two characters in the novel were discussing what they want out of life, and predictably, one of the … Continue reading BE HAPPY: A Grammatical Perspective