Chapter 1: A Lesser Human

Original book cover You may be asking, “Where did I get the idea for such a strange title for my book and the opening chapter?” The idea originally came from a pair of likeable comedians whose job is to create entertaining YouTube videos for young and old. Their style of comedy is a mixture of … Continue reading Chapter 1: A Lesser Human

Who should pay for the fact that I am born with serious disabilities? (John 9:1-5)

Who should pay for the fact that I am born with serious disabilities? It's a fair question; especially with today's climate. I am not unsympathetic to the cry for justice and my Father does care about what is happening in this country. When do I get my pound of flesh, though? What does this have … Continue reading Who should pay for the fact that I am born with serious disabilities? (John 9:1-5)

Can Someone Guide Me, To A Seat?

When I wrote "Can We Talk About Disabilities?", I did not imagine the response that I'd get, in terms of site traffic. My friends certainly picked a good topic. If you read the article, you'll notice that I covered a broad range of issues relating to disability. How shall I take on, such a large … Continue reading Can Someone Guide Me, To A Seat?

Overcoming My Father Wounds

Did you ever listen to something that stirs a strong emotional chord? On Monday, I was listening to Pastor Paul Booko of Riverside Church. The church is located in Three Rivers, Michigan. It's Father's Day and Paul is giving an encouraging message about being a father. I would have politely listened and I wouldn't have … Continue reading Overcoming My Father Wounds

Dealing With Negativity: What’s Your Perspective?

One day, a friend shared an interesting comment. "It's just a hobby," says my friend. My friend was referring Inspiration Point. "How so?", I asked. The response was hardly pleasant or encouraging. Sadly, I've had similar conversations with this person. He simply doesn't see the value of the work done on this blog. How shall … Continue reading Dealing With Negativity: What’s Your Perspective?