Country Living Series

Sunday, December 27, 2015

A party with a purpose

Here's my WND column for this weekend entitled A Party With a Purpose.


  1. That was really beautifully said. --ken

  2. Very insightful and excellent timing. WND gets many visitors, including many non-believers like Ms. Levine. You'll never know how they are impacted. But I have to believe...
    Montana Guy

  3. That would be why I chose to believe. Even if it did mean wondering if I was delusional for a few painful years. Because an atheist never really comes in from the cold.

    I got tired of shivering. Hell, I got tired of BEING the cold.

    I'm a pretty cynical person. That's been my nature since about puberty. I find it the most effective way to avoid ending up, once again, a naïve fool (or a useful idiot). But-- maybe our popular culture glorifies cynicism a little TOO much.

    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. The party is, indeed, so much richer when it has a purpose.