fear of death

Fear of Death and Failure to Live

Uncle Mike November 28, 2017

Why we need to conquer our fear of death


It’s dark, and the air is thin. The satin you are wearing feels soft and itchy at the same time. You can barely move in this tight box you are in. You hear a thud, something falls on top of the box. You hear another, then another, then you hear distant sobs, and then it was silent. You are six feet under, an . . .

gift of life

The Gift of Life

Uncle Mike November 21, 2017

Appreciating God’s gift of life



The gift of life is a precious one. It holds more value than an expensive antique. It comes with lessons and experiences that people will hold with them for their entire stay in this world.

Aside from being valuable, the gift of life is also very priceless. Not even a billion dollars can compensate f . . .

Why Blogging Is a Must for Authors

Uncle Mike November 14, 2017

Valuable reasons for authors to blog


The world of social media and digital content is ever-growing. For anyone doing business, not owning a blog can mean losing potential clients or market. Blogging can give an entrepreneur access to thousands of new markets all the time.

Writers and authors are like entrepreneurs. However, instead of offering . . .

life and death

Life and Death: Two Sides of a Coin or One Single Thread

Uncle Mike November 7, 2017

Exploring varying views on life and death


Life and death. Death and life. Are they two sides of the same coin or a single thread, parts of a whole that flow together not unlike a river that flows into the sea? Undoubtedly, all of us have pondered the truth about life and death at some point in time.

It is hard to . . .

Writing 101: Creative Writing Techniques

Uncle Mike October 31, 2017

Here are effective creative writing techniques to improve your writing


We all have countless stories inside us just waiting to be written and shared with others. With the help of our imagination and the might of the pen, we have the power to craft complex new worlds with just simple words, with black ink against whi . . .