Remember the story of the Greek mathematician Archemides, who ran through the streets of Athens wet and naked shouting, “Eureka, I have found it!”? He was so excited about his discovery of how to measure density by water displacement (his own while bathing in the tub) that he forgot he didn’t have any clothes on.
My wife, Amy, and I dropped the kids off at our neighbor's house one evening for about an hour so we could run an errand. When we picked our girls up, a party had broken out at her house with a small gathering of her friends and her parents.
We were on our way to our morning workout recently when I noticed a bicyclist riding against traffic on Leonard Road. I mentioned to my wife, Marilyn, that I thought he was violating the “rules of the road.”
You’ve heard the saying, “In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes” ("The Works of Benjamin Franklin," 1817). Let me suggest another certainty — the Word of God, the Bible.