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If you want to change the world

… you don’t have to be a specialist …

I was told when I was a kid: “Mark, you are an awesome starter of things … you come up with great ideas … but what you really lack is follow-through. 528 more words


No rehearsal needed...

Recently, I was talking to a close friend about the current state of our lives, relationships and how we both feel that we have grown in the past two years. 181 more words


Communication - The master key to success

I met with some friends over the weekend, and we had fun talking about the old times. The critic in me though, uncovered a rather glaring characteristic – the tone of one’s voice. 447 more words


Courageous Christianity vs Cowardice Churchianity

What’s the difference between Christianity and Churchianity? Throughout this significant sermon, Pastor Christian unfolds the elements of what it means to be a true follower of Jesus, delivering a sober warning to the church to examine themselves to ensure they truly are in the faith because time is short and the end is near.

Forge Ahead

The road of life is fraught with peril, full of dips and bumps and twists and turns. You never know what lies ahead without the courage to round the corner and see. 26 more words


unresolved pain doesn't go away

When traumas, be they extreme or mild,
are not resolved they leave behind a slew of painful, unprocessed feelings in the unconscious.
These feelings are never content to remain silent and instead clamor for release. 372 more words


Why Summer Doesn't Have To Be Comfortable

Summer is uncomfortable.

University goes by in a blur of coffee, late-night cramming, and hysterical laughter. And then finals week comes crashing down, and suddenly you’re watching every single moment fly by individually but too quickly for you to catch, and you have to soak in your last few days with your friends while simultaneously studying like mad (because, let’s face it, you’ve been putting that off all semester) and packing and finalising your summer plans. 540 more words

Elizabeth Syson