What is Truth?

Wrongly convicted, the defendant waits for his sentence to be passed. Death by electrocution. For a crime he did not commit. The end of the road is near, and the last chance of being freed has passed. His appeal had been rejected. The evidence against him was stacked too high, the prosecutor’s case too thick.Continue reading “What is Truth?”

Choosing Redemption

I don’t think it is wrong to assume many people dream about receiving a proposal of marriage. In our day and time, it’s culturally normal for the man (and sometimes woman like Monica to Chandler in Friends), to get down on one knee and ask the person they have all the feelings for to spendContinue reading “Choosing Redemption”

Finding self-worth in a world of emptiness

I love to please people. I work hard to achieve things – stupid, meaningless things or accomplishments that I think people will love me for . . . Only to wind up feeling empty.   I grew up with a brilliant older brother who is a CPA certified accountant. For some reason, I always believed, noContinue reading “Finding self-worth in a world of emptiness”