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Designed to Recreate

A year has gone by since a significant transition in my ministry took place. A year marked by considerable growth.

It’s been a year of finding increased freedom, deeper joy, and being blown away by understanding that there can be incredible true heart peace amidst the chaos. 648 more words

Anecdotes

Waking Up in the Middle of September

How do you write for a photo journal without seeing the photos first? I just realized that I may really be a visual person.

Here is a summary of today, yesterday, and the day before that. 633 more words

Writings

Footnote: The Adventures of Jean Mermoz

I’m going through a pretty mellow moment in my life: tucked away in a small town 120 miles south of Santiago I’ve got loads of time to just sit and write. 357 more words

School Of Valparaíso

Down Memory Lane with Mehmet Okur (MONEY!)

Photoshop, Moni’s early years

What are your favorite memories as a player?
I have so many. And first thing comes to my mind is, we made the Western Conference Finals , and we were just playing hard and having fun. 1,955 more words

Jazzfanatical

#GilbertSchools Budget Cuts Anecdotes: Community member use “#fuzzymath” to explain paper shortage #gpsanecdotes

The following was posted by Gilbert Public Schools community member, Eff Michele at Save our dedicated GPS employess Facebook page.

Doing some ‘fuzzy’ math, since I’m seeing the $50k spent on copy paper come up again.

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#GilbertSchools Budget Cuts Anecdotes: GPS Education and Our Economic Challenges #gpsanecdotes

The following was written by Gilbert Public Schools Governing Board Candidate Dr. Charles Santa Cruz:

During the past several weeks, I have had the opportunity to meet a number of constituents who are very concerned about our students, our educators, our support staff, and our educational system.

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Synchronicity: Elijah, the prophets of Baal, and Pascal

This afternoon I had lunch with the local Mormon missionaries, and we chatted about various things. The discussion turned to some of the more shocking religious practices in Taiwan, and I told them about a ceremony I had witnessed a year or two ago, in which a man had danced around beating and cutting himself with a variety of nasty-looking implements, his goal being to obtain permission from God A to let God B (of whose temple he was a representative) pay a social visit to God A’s temple; some 20 minutes later, by which time the man was completely covered with blood, God A finally relented and granted permission. 300 more words

Coincidence / Synchronicity