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Railroaded into Saying a Simple Prayer

Saturday, September 16th, 2017
Last week, I ran into an old client at the Peoria County Courthouse. For the purpose of this article, I’m going to call him Noah. I represented Noah more than 20 years ago for some serious alcohol-related traffic ticket violations. During the last case that I assisted him with, I told him that it was obvious to everyone who knew him that he had a problem with alcohol.… Read More

Are We Too Dependent On Technology?

Saturday, June 3rd, 2017
I’m currently representing an elderly woman who was injured in an accident. When I met with her recently to discuss her case, she brought her nine-year-old grandson with her. After we were finished talking about her case, I asked her grandson what he wants to be when he grows up. He hesitated for a moment, and then his grandmother said,… Read More

Sudden Death and the Question of “Why?”

Saturday, December 17th, 2016
the-most-painful-goodbyes-death-of-a-loved-oneThere’s a book that was published in 1970 by Harold Sherman that had a title that made potential buyers want to buy the book: How to Foresee and Control Your Future. We all have a desire to control our future. Lucifer knows this. The… Read More

The Unanswered Question

Saturday, December 10th, 2016
whyI’ve written before about how I met my wife, Georgette. We met on August 4, 1978, in Indianapolis, Indiana, at the Midwest Federation Lebanese Convention. We were both 21 years old. I traveled to Indianapolis with a friend and when we walked into the hotel to check in, Georgette was walking through the lobby with her sister, Janet.… Read More

A Champion in the Marketplace

Saturday, October 8th, 2016
[caption id="attachment_2852" align="alignright" width="300"]simone-biles Simone Biles – 2016 Olympic Gold Medalist[/caption] Georgette and I were married on June 15, 1980. A month later, she became pregnant. When she began to feel movement, she started praying, singing, and reading aloud so our unborn son could hear her. After he was born, Georgette continued to pray, sing,… Read More