Friday, December 6
Tuesday, December 3
Sunday, December 1
"By holding a positive and optimistic [word] in your mind, you stimulate frontal lobe activity. This area includes specific language centers that connect directly to the motor cortex responsible for moving you into action. And as our research has shown, the longer you concentrate on positive words, the more you begin to affect other areas of the brain. Functions in the parietal lobe start to change, which changes your perception of yourself and the people you interact with. A positive view of yourself will bias you toward seeing the good in others, whereas a negative self-image will include you toward suspicion and doubt. Over time the structure of your thalamus will also change in response to your conscious words, thoughts, and feelings, and we believe that the thalamic changes affect the way in which you perceive reality."
Andrew Newberg, M.D. and Mark Robert Waldman
7 Balmoral #1 JACKSON WYATT 4/1
8 Balmoral #1 YANKEE VACATION 5/1
9 Balmoral #6 FOX VALLEY TRINITY 4/1
10 Balmoral #3 SHES ASTREOS 3/1
8 Pompano #6 LOVE NOVEL 5/2
9 Pompano #2 A FAIR CHANCE 6/1
10 Pompano #5 GUIDING WIND 6/1
11 Pompano #6 JOY VEY 5/2
Saturday, November 30
Brenda Morton Age 64
Beloved wife of Wesley “Rick” for 44 years. Loving mother of Richard (Christine) and Craig (Amy). Dear grandmother of Kylie, Katelyn, Sophia and Cayden. Beloved sister of Larry (Margaret) Holbrook, Pat Karagitz, Ronald Holbrook, Greg (Betty Jo) Holbrook, Wendel (Rebecca) Holbrook, Linda McCarty and the late Gary Holbrook. She was dearly loved and will be deeply missed by many family members and friends.
A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday December 7, 2013 at the John N. Santeiu & Son Funeral Home, 1139 Inkster Rd., Garden City (Between Ford and Cherry Hill). Family will be receiving guests from 1 pm until time of service at 3 pm.
Memorials suggested to the American Cancer Society.
Tuesday, November 26
The tradition of sparing turkeys dates back to 1963, when President John F. Kennedy sent a turkey from the National Turkey Federation back to the farm, declaring, "We'll just let this one grow." President George H.W. Bush was the first to grant a turkey an official presidential pardon in 1989.
Sunday, November 17
"Therefore we must not doubt that the Holy Spirit dwells in us; but we must be sure and acknowledge that we are, as Paul says; “a temple of the Holy Spirit” (1 Cor. 6:19). For if someone experiences love toward the Word, and if he enjoys hearing, speaking, thinking, lecturing, and writing about Christ, he should know that this is not a work of human will or reason but a gift of the Holy Spirit. For it is impossible for these things to happen without the Holy Spirit. On the other hand, where there is hate and contempt for the Word, there the devil, “the god of this world” (2 Cor. 4:4), is reigning, blinding the hearts of men and holding them captive, to keep the light of the Gospel of the glory of Christ from shining upon them. This is what we see in the rabble today; they do not care about the Word at all but smugly despise it, as though it did not pertain to them at all. Those in whom there is some glow and yearning for the Word should acknowledge with gratitude that this feeling has been infused into them by the Holy Spirit. For we are not born with this feeling; nor can we be instructed to acquire it by any laws. It is the right hand of the Most High, pure and simple, that has changed us (Ps. 77:10). Therefore when we are glad to hear the proclamation about Christ, the Son of God, who was made man for us and subjected Himself to the Law to redeem us, then with and through that proclamation God surely sends the Holy Spirit into our hearts." - Martin Luther