When the state’s therapy system spoke of autistic teen Jacob Barnett, it was mostly in regards to their prognosis that he’d never be able to tie his shoes, read or have any semblance of a normal life. His mother, Kristen, was a slave to the state run program, as you can imagine, it was her weakest moments. … Continue reading Mother Pulls Autistic Teen From State Run Therapy. And Then He Blossoms into a Genius. | The Edgy Truth
Trayvon Martin Protest - Sanford (Photo credit: werthmedia) Up until now I have not posted about the Trayvon Martin case. I was waiting on facts to come out and hoping for civility. But it seems civility is lost and facts are slow to come. The murder of Trayvon is sad, the murder of any young … Continue reading My thoughts on Trayvon
First Point I, like many, was sadden to hear about Whitney Houston's death. Death, of anyone, is always a tragic and sad moment, Life that has ended always leaves someone sad, even the murder has loved ones. Yes, I am a child of the 80’s, I graduated in ‘84, so the soundtrack to my teenage … Continue reading Whitney and the 4 points
Dear Catholics: This Open letter it to all Catholics, be they liberal or conservative, laps or practicing, fallen away or on their way back home to Rome. In-fact this open letter should be shared with non-Catholics, non-Christians and anyone who is concerned about their personal liberty and freedom. This letter is intended to excite you, … Continue reading An Open Letter to all Catholics, to all Americans
Image via Wikipedia Change Your Life I think it is ok to allow yourself to make mistakes. Making them often helps teach us what is right. Trying to be perfect leads to perfectionism which most people agree is not healthy. Leading a narrow existence also leaves our experience of life emptier then if we … Continue reading Can Humans ever be perfect?
Image via Wikipedia Sometimes the truth hurts, and if it don’t, than its most likely not the truth. This fact was a hard lesson, or should I say, is a hard lesson, for one of my boys to learn. But last night he learned it, I hope! The process of change is hard, if it … Continue reading Change is hard, get over it
“Surely he was the Son of God!” Matthew 27:54 The above quote is from the Gospel of Matthew. It is a simple quote, only 7 words, but the depth of the statement has sounded through-out history. It transcends time and is forever resonating in all times. Last night I read this passage, and for the … Continue reading Lessons for a Centurion
Image via Wikipedia Below is a poll question from the Pew Research Center. I find the question interesting. Based on my conversations with most of my friends I am not sure I would get the same response, most of my friends with in the faith are liberals and they have a basic feeling that the … Continue reading Stand up