Dr. Seuss wrote and illustrated over forty books for children (of all ages) and their very fortunate parents. One of those books, written in the early 1990’s, became a national bestseller. The book, OH, The Places You’ll Go! is a compilation of rhyme verses giving advice to children on how to proceed in life when confronting the sometimes inevitable experiences of fear, loneliness and confusion.
(© all rights reserved) Chaplain Joe Molina CDR, UMSC / Chaplain to the Corps of Cadets During The dark days of the Cold War an archeological expedition headed by Soviet scientists was given a mummy by the Egyptian government. They carefully prepared it for shipping and sent it back to the Soviet Union for further study. … Continue reading CONFESSION: IT’S GOOD FOR THE SOUL!
(© all rights reserved) Chaplain Joe Molina CDR, UMSC / Chaplain to the Corps of Cadets “Here’s a little song I wrote Might want to sing it note for note, Don’t worry…. Be happy!” It was a catchy little ditty made popular by Bobby McFerrin in the early 1990’s. A music video was produced … Continue reading DON’T WORRY, BE HAPPY!
“What color is God?” That was the question that a six-year-old African-American boy named James McBride asked his Jewish mother. James was the offspring of an interracial marriage.