These random thoughts things have been fun. I don’t think anyone reads them, but I enjoy sharing and writing. Here you go with today’s random thoughts.
She will present her The Joint Replacement Client: Pre & Post-op Exercise Guidelines on November 6 in New Westminster, BC.
I have taken the course twice, and I highly recommend it.
What Does Kaleb Mean?
This isn’t a note I want to show your readers – its just for you & your wife.
You named your son Kaleb.
Firstly, Congratulations on the birth of your son. I do hope your baby & wife are well.
May your son grow up to be as dedicated a humanitarian as you are.
As for your choice of name for him, I commend you & your wife on your decision.
Remember – your name is the prophecy of who & what you will become!
Kaleb the son of Jephuneh was one of the only 2 scouts sent to spy out the land of Canaan, who returned with a positive report about the land.
The other 10 scouts gave painfully negative reports to the children of Israel, & for their sins, they were summarily executed by Heaven.
But for their virtue, both Kaleb, & Joshua the son of Nun, were given positions of trust.
Financial wealth is the goal of too many – but there are no pockets in shrouds – you can’t take it with you!
The wealth of good deeds is your greatest treasure, both in this world & the world-to-come.
May your son be a source of joy & pride to you both, always.
Thank you so much, GD.
For anyone that is reading, feel free to send me an email. It would be great to hear from you.
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Well, that is enough rambling. Until next week, take care.
Rick Kaselj, MS