Tag Archives: Ecclesiastes 7

Doctor, lend me your ear …

“Fools waste their lives in fun and games.” Ecclesiastes 7:4 Yesterday, my youngest daughter, Susan, defended her dissertation and became a Doctor of Philosophy in Leisure Studies. Dr. Barnett defines leisure as anything you do while you are not eating, … Continue reading

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Maybe not so good …

“Do not say, ‘Why were the old days better than these?’ For it is not wise to ask such questions.” Ecclesiastes 7:10 I used to hear my parents refer to the “old days” a lot when I was a kid. … Continue reading

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A Case for Crying …

[Today’s post is more about crying from my book, The Donut Theory, a Westbow publication.] “Crying is better than laughing. It blotches the face but it scours the heart.” Ecclesiastes 7:3 As a little kid, when something upset me I’d … Continue reading

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Crying works …

“Crying is better than laughing. It blotches the face but it scours the heart.” Ecclesiastes 7:3 Since Glen died, I am confused when people ask, “How are you doing?” What if I’m not doing anything? And, what if I don’t … Continue reading

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Don’t fly off the handle!

“Don’t be quick to fly off the handle. Anger boomerangs. You can spot a fool by the lumps on his head.” Ecclesiastes 7:9 Have you ever been called a hot head? Chances are if you are a natural redhead, you … Continue reading

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