No Regrets/Happy New Year 2017

I can hear the roosters crowing in my backyard and I am smiling because maybe it is the last time that I will hear them crowing for 2016. Maybe it’s my last smile too for 2016, who can tell?

Anyhow, I have no regrets about 2016, and I have no resolutions for 2017. I will just continue walking on the road that I was on in 2016, and continue removing the heavy obstacles from my pathway as I travel along my journey. Continue reading No Regrets/Happy New Year 2017

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Who Said We Can’t Party On A Thursday?

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The place to be tomorrow is right here, with me!!! Bring a friend, bring a post, and your well wishes. And guess what? You can ask me ANY QUESTION…isn’t that great? So write this date down and prepare to come and rock to some sweet Christmas reggae music…yeah man, we gonna have a blast!

OK, back to normal programming and I’ll see you tomorrow on the party floor. Spread the news because this party will not be normal!

Who said we can’t party on a Thursday!

Love Always…Dehan

Muslim-Owned Restaurant Offers The True Spirit of Christmas.

If this isn’t love…what is?

Kindness Blog

A Muslim-owned restaurant in London is offering a three-course meal to homeless and elderly people on Christmas Day so that “no one eats alone”.

Shish Restaurant, in Sidcup, is asking local residents to spread the word of its offer and has put up posters saying “We are here to sit with you” on 25 December.

The restaurant urged people to share its plan through social media – where the initiative was widely praised.

Vicky Lanfear wrote on Facebook:

“This is the most selfless gesture I have ever seen and they should be recognised as a pillar of the community.”

Suzannah Harris added:

“What a lovely gesture; a restaurant that gives something back instead of merely seeing Xmas as a time to cash in. Will definitely visit in the new year if ever in the area.”

Linda Leach wrote:

“There is still kindness in this world. Amazing people.”

The FREE three-course…

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A Note to My Virtuous Friends

Are we trying to get into heaven by riding the coattails of those we shove?

Mitch Teemley

“To do good is noble. To tell others to do good is even nobler…and much less trouble.” ~Mark Twain

8a8d21f5d0288aee5008a8630f086eda_400x400Many of us who are writers andteachers hope, I suspect, to establish our own nobility by telling others how to behave.* Yet most of us are at least part-time purveyors of the sins we condemn, and spotty practitioners of the virtues we extol.

A. A. Milne, creator of Winnie the Pooh and real life daddy of Christopher Robin, was reportedly a cold and distant father. Beloved Victorian moralist Charles Dickens summarily dumped his wife of twenty years for a 17 year old actress.

Are we trying to get into heaven by riding the coattails of those we shove?

The Apostle Paul admonishes us to “be a model” to those we teach, “both in word and in deed, in love, faith, and purity.” “Live there,” he says, “be that person…so that…

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