Posts Tagged: wisdom

A Solemn Responsibility

When I became a pharmacist, I was struck by the realization that I held other people’s lives in my hands. If I enter the prescription into the computer for the wrong patient, select the wrong medication or strength from the shelf, fail to recognize a drug interaction, calculate the wrong dose, or commit any number… Read more »

The Things We Do for Love

Two years ago we bought a yellow Labrador retriever puppy named Daisy. She had big brown eyes, soft floppy ears, and a little waggy tail, and we fell hopelessly in love with her. Because we loved her, we got her a crate to sleep in (which she gnawed on), her own little bed (which she… Read more »

Caught in the Middle

Ever been caught in the middle? Ever felt you had no solution for your problem? Ever been in danger because of someone else’s bad decision? In 1 Samuel 25, Abigail faced this situation. Her husband, Nabal, denied a reasonable request from David, showing a lack of gratitude for David’s protection—and insulting David to boot! She… Read more »