Insight - Christian Moralde
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Insight

A couple of months back, I scrolled through Facebook and saw a comment that read: "The way we live, we fit a lot of life in a year." Reading that made me pause and think. 2016 was a year filled with so many events, that I feel...

Very few things have permanency in this world. I've reflected on that thought throughout this entire year.  Events, possessions, moments, life - they all eventually come to an end.  2015 has come, and will soon be gone.  Moments and experiences have come and gone.  People have come...

You know that show, HOARDERS on A&E? The one that tells the sad tales of how people succumb to the addiction of storing and saving to extreme and often debilitating levels? I find that I can somehow relate to that. Not in terms of possessions...

In writing my 2013 end of the year wrap-up, the word that continually pops into my head is "eclectic". The word eclectic is defined as inclusion of a broad range of tastes and sources. I could stop this annual anecdotal report with that sentiment, but,...

Growing up, my mother had always told me that one of the greatest sins of man is self-pity. I've never forgotten this and try to live life to its fullest. And, when things might not look so good, I turn away from self-pity and go...

I've always been amazed by the gift of sight. The wonderment of vision has always left me speechless. If you could see 2011 through my eyes, you would share in my joy, pain and many blessings. Whenever I walk my boy, Rocco at night, I make...