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You Are Meant To Fly

When we lived in Ontario, there was a family attraction that had a mini-zoo where the kids could learn a little more about the animals. The kids loved going there to see your typical barnyard animals and even some lions that they had. 434 more words


I Wonder

I wonder how many teachers out there would say that these qualities are truly the “foundation stones” of success.

I wonder how many teachers out there would say that they value… 162 more words

Now and Then

It took me a minute to absorb this information on this photo, to really let this cold hard fact sink in.  It cuts deeper than the value of work, but the evolution of employment (or in this case, de-evolution). 243 more words

The Value Of Employment


“Though one may be overpowered, two can defend themselves. A cord of three strands is not quickly broken.”

 -Ecclesiastes 4:12

 A few months ago, I was speaking to a close buddy of mine that has many years spent in the military. 769 more words

Seeking Truth

Leadership, a dangerous undertaking

In attempting to discuss the person of Jesus Christ in the context of leadership, it is important to specify that both historical accounts and structural records do not project Christ as a warm and fuzzy character that has come to be the theme of most sermons. 119 more words

Leading Truly

Government scientist muzzling: perception, reality, and towards workable solutions

At the risk of flogging a dead horse, I’m posting a response to Andrew Leach’s recent response to my response… you get the idea, it’s an engaging and ongoing debate around the muzzling of government scientists and their ability to communicate their findings with the public. 1,518 more words