Judgment is a terrible curse, not because someone or some book said it, but because judgment opens the door to usurpative emotions that confound rather than illuminate.— Gregg Hake
Author Archives: Gregg Hake
I had the pleasure of touring the Kennedy Space Center recently and I found the entire complex to be a testament to human ingenuity and natural splendor. The feats of derringdo wrought from the various launch pads that dot this … Continue reading
“Power”, a haiku by Gregg Hake Summer thunderstorm Roars into life overhead- Power beyond man’s
“Honesty’s Treasure”, a haiku by Gregg Hake Honesty’s treasure: Heart and mind in agreement- Let the truth be known.
“Humility”, a Haiku by Gregg Hake Humility shines In a world swallowed by pride- Making clear the path
There are many reasons why it is important to make forgiveness a regular part of your life, but one that occurred to me recently may not be so obvious. Forgiveness affords you the opportunity to enjoy and appreciate the wonderful … Continue reading
“Until”, a haiku by Gregg Hake Life began that day– I was never fully alive Until we fell in love