Author Archives: David Rische

About David Rische

Christian, husband, father, grandfather, principal, teacher, writer and encourager. David lives in Keller, Texas and has been in public education for over 19 years. He enjoys family time, biking, reading, NFL and MLB, magic, board games, movies and making people laugh.

The ghost you’ve probably encountered . . .

Fear is such prevailing issue, I’ve focused on it the last two months: https://davidrische.com/2018/09/ and https://davidrische.com/2018/08/ I wanted to close out the series with a final word (maybe) on the topic. Why does it seem that there are certain things we … Continue reading

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Google Knows What You’re Afraid Of

Have you had an experience like this when on your computer? It is concerning when I accidentally clicked on a Statistics Conference in Baltimore – and now I am receiving non-stop notifications, advertisements, and alerts about it. How about this … Continue reading

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FEAR – What It Really Stands For

Fear, anxiety, and stress can be an unholy trinity. One or more of the three are probably present somewhere our lives right now. Watching the news or browsing the internet usually adds fuel to the fire – rarely do we … Continue reading

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Becoming Spirtitual S.E.A.L.S.

The Navy SEALs continue to fascinate me, two of my blogs have been about them in the past (please see June 1, 2017  and November 2015). Who knows everything they secretly accomplish behind the scenes and what sacrifices they pay? … Continue reading

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Discovered! The Lost Kingdom of Elysium

Deep inside, don’t you think life should be getting easier the older and wiser we get? Shouldn’t there be fewer problems, issues, stress, disappointments – and more money stashed away? Why is it then . . . We go to … Continue reading

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“It’s the most stressful time of the year . . . “

Besides the holidays – the end of the school year seems to bring on incredible busyness and stress: state assessments, report cards, behavior challenges, proms, award ceremonies, graduations, financial burdens, illness & injuries, ball games, deadlines, paperwork, sales quotas, etc., … Continue reading

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The time YOU were prayed for in The Bible . . .

Have you tried reading the Bible and it feels distant? You gave it a chance and could not make a personal connection? Could you use a little bit of hope right now? Stick with me during this sequence and you’ll … Continue reading

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