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Sunday greetings everyone!

Do you miss professional sports? I don't miss them very much, but just the same I have started watching a new one during this pandemic: marble racing.

Don't hate me because I'm beautiful, just give it a try! Watch the time trials, pick a favorite team, and see if you end up cheering!

Lol, not surprisingly, I'm cheering for the O'Rangers.

This week, Rev. James Snyder is left alone to complete his "honey-do" list, but decides to do something else. You can read "There’s Something About A Lazy Summer Afternoon" at:
www.cybersalt.org/gods-penman/there-s-something-about-a-lazy-summer-afternoon

Enjoy the rest of today's mailing!

~ Pastor Tim

chicken thursday july 2 kathieOh look, Chicken Thursday!

There's no Cybersalt news today - which is good news isn't it?

Enjoy the rest of today's mailing!

~ Pastor Tim

Sunday greetings everyone!

There was an interesting phenomena in the sky last night. I'm not talking about the lunar eclipse (which we did not see here at Cybersalt World Headquarters) nor am I talking the beautiful full moon that graced our clear skies all night. I am talking about the metallic smell I noticed when I opened our bedroom window as we went to bed.

As I have undoubtedly mentioned before, we live approximately 16 miles across the Salish sea from the USA. Each year, on July the 4th, we can see the celebratory fireworks up and down the coast line of the Olympic Peninsula of Washington State. Last night, after all the lights and booms were over and the smoke had cleared the over there, it made over to us. The night sky often holds surprises.

As providence would have it, I watched this video last night about a feature of the sky I knew nothing about! For all the complaining that some do about how bad the internet is, I must say I think there is a whole bunch that is great about it; learning of the existence things like this being one of them. And, of course, connecting with you is another one!

This week, Rev. James Snyder and his wife both agree about the desirability of television being in Heaven.. You can read "Will There Be Television in Heaven?" at:
www.cybersalt.org/gods-penman/will-there-be-television-in-heaven

Enjoy the rest of today's mailing!

~ Pastor Tim

chicken thursday july 2 kathieOh look, Chicken Thursday!

Thanks to Kathie M. for today's chicken picture. She has sent so many pictures (and I'm not complaining) I bet when her chickens see her they think, "Great, there's the paparazzi again!"

Enjoy the rest of today's mailing!

~ Pastor Tim

Sunday greetings everyone! Today's mailing is going out late because of  . . . . sleep. I chose sleep instead of finishing it up.

You know, like most people I often feel pretty smart because there are some things I'm pretty smart about. But there is so much to be smart about in the world and it only takes someone with different smarts to remind me that in the grand scheme of things I'm not unusually smart. Lol, don't feel bad for me because the same is true for you too!

One of my friends that is "different smart" is Dr. Rick August. Rick has a PHD in traffic safety: his dissertation was on the transition from horse and buggy to automobiles in Australia. OK, I realize at first thought some of you may be thinking "Traffic Nerd Alert" but that's where the whole "there's lots to be smart about" thing kicks in. Over the years Rick and I have been working on his YouTube channel and business of teaching people to drive and there have been many times he has blown me away with his intelligence and insight into all things driver training. Which brings me to today's video.

Rick asked me to share a video with you and a link to a petition (http://chng.it/gsD9JvbQ) because, due to COVID-19, if some governments don't change their approach to licensing new drivers some of our kids and grandkids, not to mention other adults looking to survive economically by getting driving jobs, are going to have to wait years to be tested. I know the topic is a bit different for a Sunday, but when a friend wakes you up late at night to loan you bread because he has had company arrive, you get up and give him bread! BTW, my friend is living in quite a bit of pain these days and waiting for back surgery to correct it. If you are a person who prays, please pray for him.

This week, Rev. James Snyder gets caught practicing poor listening and tries to get out of it by speaking to his wife before thinking. You can read "My Thoughts Are Worth More Than a Penny" at:
www.cybersalt.org/gods-penman/my-thoughts-are-worth-more-than-a-penny

Enjoy the rest of today's mailing!

~ Pastor Tim

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