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knowledge puffs up, while love builds up

“Concerning moreover the things sacrificed to idols, we know indeed we all have knowledge. But knowledge puffs up, while love builds up. If anyone thinks to have known anything, not yet does he know as it is necessary to know; if however anyone loves God he is known by Him.” Corinthians 8.1-3 (my reading of the interlinear bible) 256 more words

Global Change

Criticism: Constructive or Catering

The problem with criticism is that it’s not constructive anymore. It’s a laundry list of all the things that you’ve done wrong, that you should’ve done right in one person’s opinion. 319 more words


My One-Sided War With the Editor: A Constructive Way to Deal With Rejection

I’m not sure which is worse: being continually rejected, or not caring about it anymore.

I’ve received word back from two more potential handlers of my novel manuscript (can’t call it a book yet, as that implies something that can be held). 994 more words

Jack Frey

Monday Morning Bathroom Motivation:

Comfort and practicality sort of go hand in hand a lot of the time in your life. What is comfortable is practical, what is practical is comfortable. 540 more words


Thought of the Day: Hateful Criticism

There are two types of criticism: the constructive and the hateful. Both have very different motives: the former aims to push us higher and the latter to pull us down. 123 more words

1 Corinthians 15:10

I’d like to start a new thing where people comment Bible verses on any random post I have and I will create a post about them. 178 more words

Things To Think About

Feedback for the future

Though constructive feedback is an integral part of the learning process, both students and educators frequently express frustration and disappointment in relation to the procedure. If feedback is ineffective, unhelpful or unclear it can quite easily demoralise students, particularly if they are not guided through the process of how to improve upon subsequent performance.Feedback also tends to be provided too late in the learning process to be of any real use or relevance to the student at all, which appears to be a common complaint amongst most educators who frequently comment that students are uninterested in their comments and more concerned with marks (Duncan, 2007). 893 more words