Month: February 2021

My Father’s World

One of my favorite songs is one made famous by Louis Armstrong – “What a Wonderful World.” Among other things, it speaks of trees of green, red roses, skies of blue, clouds of white, the bright blessed day, and the dark sacred night.  Although the… Continue Reading “My Father’s World”

Waking Up

Sleep is a necessary thing and Scripture speaks positively about it at times (Psalm 127:2), but mostly negatively (Proverbs 6:9,10) because it can keep us from duties about which we should be busy. It can become an easy alternative to the unpleasant things in… Continue Reading “Waking Up”

Welcome to the Re-Model !

When I noticed that I was getting a lot of people stopping by on “Musings” but not going any farther than the “About” page – I decided to look at my site on my computer, my tablet, and my phone. It was then I… Continue Reading “Welcome to the Re-Model !”

A Hero’s Tale

Legend tells us that, when Claudius II was emperor of Rome, he was looking for a way to improve and enlarge his army. He felt that unmarried men made better soldiers than those with wives and families. That is why he outlawed marriage for… Continue Reading “A Hero’s Tale”

Id-Ra-Ha-Je

My title may seem like a silly combination of letters, but it was actually the name of a day camp where I served as a counsellor many years ago. The letters stand for the title of a famous hymn written by Rhea Miller and… Continue Reading “Id-Ra-Ha-Je”