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Days of Serving

I enjoy working hard, adore serving others. I do this knowing that the majority of people kind of take for granted work done for them and pretty much think they deserve it. 202 more words

Contemplations

Sermon for the 21st Sunday after Pentecost, October 14, 2018, Proper 23 - "The Buddy System" (Hebrews 3:12-19)

Preached at the Bishop’s Chapel, Roslyn, Henrico, Virginia, on the occasion of the 10th Annual Living Savior Lutheran Church Men’s Retreat.

Grace, mercy, and peace to you from God our Father and our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. 1,641 more words

Sermons

Swire accuses Ottery hospital campaigners of "weaponising" their cause

In an extraordinary rant – no cancel that, Swire seems to be ranting much of the time these days so it isn’t at all extraordinary! – Swire accuses those campaigning for the retention of beds (gone)and services (some) remaining of “weaponising” Ottery St Mary hospital. 238 more words

Accountability

Companies and CEOs rarely admit to wrongdoing,  Lawyers won't let them, An apology helps to subtract the insult from the injury, thereby minimizing the injured party’s anger toward the offender

Companies and CEOs rarely admit to wrongdoing,  Lawyers won’t let them, An apology helps to subtract the insult from the injury, thereby minimizing the injured party’s anger toward the offender… 1,217 more words

Citizen News

Fail Forward: Are we getting it wrong?

Mistakes are forgivable if one has the courage to admit them. —Bruce Lee

Ask a teacher why they teach, or what they hope for their students, and they will share some powerful thoughts — “I believe all kids can succeed”, “I want students to be curious, ask questions, and enjoy learning new things”, and “As a teacher, I aim to cultivate society.” These thoughts are neither new nor a modern revelation. 2,208 more words

Blog

Jack Schneider: The Lies Reformers Tell About Public Schools

Jack Schneider is a historian of education at the University of Massachusetts at Lowell. He is also co-host with Jennifer Berkshire of the podcast series called “Have You Heard?” 277 more words

Education Reform