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Truth and Consequences

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What’s your opinion? News headlines are the topic of today’s discussion regarding the natural consequences of living and how our choices impact others.   Dr. David C. Kolbaba helps his listeners understand that higher health leads to better decisions.

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5 Responses to “Truth and Consequences”

  1. mandi Says:

    I believe even a sailboat can even be considered a yacht…, and, no, I would not let my 16 year old daughter be out on waters like that if I were married and had a 16 year old unless if it were supervised. I’m a swimmer and also canoe…and am fully aware of the unexpected dangers of water, especially on high seas.

  2. Geo Says:

    I cannot imagine. People are always flying fast out here in the country where I live, and it always bothers me, especially when it is on a more curvy road. I often pass a park out in a rural area where bicyclists frequent, and take it slow because you cannot see them around a curve. Driving this same route intoxicated would be more than foolish if it were not already against the law…, but some people do not always think of that. They just want to get home, I would guess.

  3. Carol Says:

    Oh, Jaye, that is so sad! Something similar happened to me when I was in my early 20s–a girl on her bike, without even looking, suddenly cut *right* in front of me as I was driving slowly down the residential street I lived on. She had been riding on the left side of the street, and I was watching her, but she never even bothered to look before she quickly rode out in front of me. She scared the living daylights out of me, but I hope the screeching of my breaks scared her even more. Several of my neighbors had been standing around outside talking with my mom when this happened, and a few of them had seen the girl ride out in front of me. My car was a rather noisy old car which made the whole thing sound very dramatic, but thankfully I didn’t hit her even though it was too close for comfort for everyone!

  4. moderator Says:

    Carol,

    Fortunately, the child survived with a broken arm and a ruptured spleen. As far as I know, he made a full recovery. The lesson here is anything can happen while driving. With all the distractions we have now with cell phones and texting, it’s imperative to teach our young drivers how important it is to pay attention to the road at all times!

  5. Carol Says:

    Amen!! And thank the Lord the outcome of your situation didn’t end as tragically as it could have!

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