Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Homeless


A growing problem in our world, human lives becoming homeless, and belongings reduced to trash bag lined curbs.

Make a difference in your life, and share what you do not need or do not use anymore, be the mystery angel. The replies from the lost souls, are the thank you, and G-D Bless You.

I wish all my readers, good health, happiness, peace and Love.

_hrs

Saturday, October 10, 2009

Terror - In Your Backyard


On September 19, 2009, a crack of a battering ram shook a beautiful, quiet, and quaint neighborhood. I have a right to voice my interest on the topic of terror, and the events that occurred on September 19, 2009.

The FBI raided the father’s house of terror suspect Najibullah Zazi’s. The suspect’s home is 13 houses away from my nephew and nieces home. The anniversary of September 11 had just passed. One descriptive word FEAR…

What dirty little secrets we keep behind closed doors.

Friday, September 11, 2009

9-11 My View


"The sanitation truck that came every eight minutes had the task of cleansing the streets, but who was going to cleanse the workers souls every night when their shift was done."

Saturday, July 25, 2009

Igloo - Cool

Igloo Coolers are a staple of summer; we pack them up with beverages, food, and ice, and off we go. On a road trip down the Fax (Colfax Avenue), I saw an Igloo zoom by my car.

I caught up with the Igloo at the stop light; at least the Igloo Scooter had the sense to stop at the light. I inquired how and where the engine is housed. The engine is housed inside the cooler; the engine once belonged to a lawn mower. What is the old adage, thinking outside the box and in this case thinking what can be built out of a blue box.

"More Than Cool"--Igloo

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Cruising the Fax (Colfax Avenue)


On a cloudy Sunday in late May I took a drive, a day one can stop and see sights, "you know what I mean." I started cruising down the Fax (Colfax Avenue), and low and behold all these cars kept rolling by. I grabbed for my traveling companion and started clicking away. One can always find something exciting when cruising in your car down the Fax (Colfax Avenue).

Colfax Avenue’s history is incredible, for one it is the longest continuous street in the United States. Another fact about Colfax Avenue, you can drive a straight shot from Kansas to Colorful Colorado Rockies on one continuous road.

So, if you are looking for something to do one lazy summer day, take a cruise on the Fax (Colfax Avenue), or on a Colfax Avenue near you.

Colfax Avenue

Sunday, April 19, 2009

Anti-Semitic Incidents

"I was shaking and broke down, all the old wounds, the old wounds opened again."--Fanny Starr

As The Day of Remembrance (Yom HaShoah) approaches, Anti-Semitism around the world is on the rise. The key factors, the ailing economy and the recession are fueling the fire for hate. Along with the rise in Radical Islam and neo-Nazism and other, hate groups that target the Jews around the world. Hate crimes arise out of fear and anger and are motivated by hostilities. To stop such hatred participate in your community and challenge hate with education.

It takes one persona to make a difference, take the time to make a difference. Do a random act kindness; just think what one simple act of kindness might do!

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Birkat HaChama Sunset


"A Jewish blessing for the Sun that occurs every 28 years when the vernal equinox, as calculated by tradition, falls on a Tuesday at sundown. Jewish tradition says that when the Sun completes this cycle, it has returned to its position when the world was created."

Kabbalist and numerologist had a field day with numbers involved one of the numbers 28 is significant to me along with time equaling 0. Amazing we all witnessed this miracle, the next time for the occurance is 2037...

Monday, March 9, 2009

Empty Nests



The nests will not be empty for long; spring is just around the corner.

Thursday, February 5, 2009

Sign of the Times



A sign of the times came from a homeless man and his desires for a good screw. I spoke with him, and gave him a package of food, but no money. Most likely his money would support his booze and drug habit, and maybe he'll get the hooker with change left over.

The sub-message, take the time to feed the homeless. A few blocks away from his location was another homeless man, he was crying, thin as a rail and definitely mentally unstable. I gave him clothes, toiletries, a bag of oranges, bread and cheese. It takes one moment in time to make a difference...

Sunday, January 18, 2009