Monday, February 20, 2017

Hard-Working Illegal Immigrants and Labor Shortage

My suggestions for solution to labor shortage when illegals are exported:

1) The owners and their families should do the labor so they feel what back-breaking work it is.

2) Ask for extension of illegal immigrants so they train citizens who are out of work.

3) Try to assist the faithful illegal workers with no crimes, to apply for legal status and accelerate the process of out-back-in-legally.

4) Get a list of able-bodied welfare takers to replace illegals to work, for a better income than they get from welfare.

5) Better yet, enforce heavy fines and arrest employers who break the law employing illegals.

6) Offer better pay than Soros and his that destructive protesters learn what real work is all about.

7) My heart aches for individuals or families who have to be separated.  Let's concentrate first on the ones with significant  criminal records...not just those forced to lie to get social security in order to do honest work.

8) Embarrass and condemn the countries illegal immigrants come for demeaning their people to the point that they have to run for their lives for safety and better living conditions..

9) Protect the children left behind and don't trust them to pedophile caregivers!!

And folks, please, let's express our feelings with respect, and end the bad language!  There are enough words in the English language to express deep negative feelings!!

There is something each one of us can do to make America Great Again!!!!  "Ask not what our country can do for us; ask what we can do for our country!" JFK

Grateful for Reaching 80 Years Old Today!

I Asked

I asked God for strength, that I might achieve.

I was made weak, that I might learn humbly to obey.

I asked for health, that I might do greater things.

I was given infirmity, that I might do better things.

I asked for riches, that I might be happy.

I was given poverty, that I might be wise.

I asked for power, that I might have the praise of men.

I was given weakness, that I might feel the need of God.

I asked for all things, that I might enjoy life.

I was given life, that I might enjoy all things.

I got nothing that I asked for, but everything I had hoped for.

Almost despite myself, my unspoken prayers were answered.

I am among all men, most richly blessed.

-Author Unknown

  Sent by: Dr. Becky Slabaugh - Inner Treasures Ministries

Friday, January 27, 2017

Teardrops: Language of The Soul

Like raindrops, tears come in any season.  They fall gently and softly, renewing the earth with needed moisture.
Or they may come in loud torrents, causing us to notice and get out of its path if possible

Tears are the physical expression of our emotions.
Tears may express sadness, disappointment, loss, fear, anxiety, apprehension. They may help to loosen, refresh, cleanse or dispel negativity and emotional distress.  Or tears can allow us to manifest joy, gratitude, anticipation, awe, and other positive emotions.

Lately, I find myself tearful, more frequently.

* Grieving for the death of a sibling, and ultimately rejoicing that she is not longer in chronic pain.
* Spiritual and emotional labor pangs for the state of our Nation while it goes through its metamorphosis, then anticipation for its healing.
* Sorrow for the challenges that others face.
* Joy and awe for the awareness of spiritual insight, and expectation for its assimilation.
* Delight for the overcoming spirit that others manifest in challenging situations.

I welcome the tears that allow me to feel, express, cleanse, and that enable me
to move on to the next human or spiritual experience.  The tears are usually temporary; sometimes gut-wrenching.  They are always healing, though. They help to clear out whatever is in my way so that wellness can proceed, in whatever area of my life is needed at some season of my life.

Tears have their place and I welcome them when they come, mostly unannounced!.