Contributed by Joe Bertone on Aug 1, 2012
There was a great Scotch writer and historian in the nineteenth century named Thomas Carlyle. He married a woman, who’d worked as his secretary named Jane Welsh. But Carlyle was dedicated to his writing so he didn’t spend much time with her. He just mostly wrote.
At one point she
Contributed by Mark Brunner on Oct 3, 2005
Game’s Only Half Over! (10.04.05--Beginning Again!--2 Samuel 12:20-24)
Is there anyone who hasn’t felt the sting of regret and discovered just how bitter it is to live with the thought that if only we hadn’t done this or said that we’d be a whole lot happier at the moment? Beginning again is