I have an annoying behavior. When I call someone on the telephone, I always have a second thought after I have hung up the phone. The person that I just talked to […]
I almost missed it! This month celebrates one year of existence of this blog site: “Clear the Murk” (clearthemurk.com)! I started the blog a year ago on July 18, 2020. Since then, […]
A Retrospection on Tithing
I have been thinking about the blog I wrote about tithing on June 21, 2021. I left out an important consideration: To whom should you tithe? The matter of tithing is intensely […]
Guiding Concepts 1: Turf Awareness – How It Affects Your Relationships
How can you improve productivity with your employees and fellow workers? Understand the concept of “Turf.” How can you put people at ease in your office? How can you parent better? How can you treat people better? It’s about understanding the concept of “Turf.”
How to Understand Scripture – a Guideline
How can you understand the Bible? What are some guidelines for helping you as you read the Bible and its meaning? Here are five steps to help you understand what you read in the Bible.
Honor the Living, Remember the Dead
The churches of Fayetteville, NC had a bell-ringing commemoration today starting at 11:00 AM. 500 rings to represent 500,000 American COVID deaths. I went downtown to where the old church buildings were. […]
What Gift Can I Give for Stressed, Overworked Hospital Workers?
Just before Christmas, I heard a doctor at a hospital in Houston, Texas, USA being interviewed on the radio. At that time, he had worked over 270 days straight, catching naps on […]
Certain Asian Movies I Recommend
There are some Asian movies I recommend, and they are all set in feudal times. They are: “War of the Arrows” (sister is kidnapped for marriage and brother goes to find her […]
Just Checking In
I hope each of you are well at the time of you reading this. I haven’t written for two weeks, but I am well. It has just been a busy time, and […]
Wary – or Afraid?
When I lived in Washington State in the United States, I would sometimes walk in the forests. If I suspected there may be bears in the area, I would make plenty of […]