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Proverbs 13:1a

Proverbs 13:1

A wise son heareth his father’s instruction: but a scorner heareth not rebuke.

Ask the Right Questions

What are the “right” questions?

Ask yourself this: do the potential answers to this question provide any value?

During my years in the Marine Corps I was constantly attending training. 839 more words


Class Report: ENGL 062.12192, 24 June 2017

For the final meeting of the session, class was given over to completion of the Reflective and Planning Postscript–which serves the course as an analog of a final exam. 53 more words


Initial Comments for the July 2017 Session at DeVry University in San Antonio

I seem to be a bit further ahead this time.

The year seems to have come full-round, and I am once again looking at teaching at DeVry University during the July session of the year. 126 more words


Krav Maga Life: The Best Way of Life

This is part of a series on our instructor training program. To understand this series and how our Assistant Instructor Course and Full Instructor Course work, please… 671 more words

Krav Maga

June 8, 2017


Working on the ‘vertical’… (relationship from God to self..) Jumped the gun today at work… I was tasked with getting some saw horses built to a specific standard… with four other very capable men and all I had to do was be patient and abide in Christ to see how everything was going to develop, to see God work… instead of bearing that and enduring, I made it my job to tell my instructors they need to establish who is going to do what and who was going to head-up the job… My feelings tell me that they are complacent at times- and they are comfortable, and they can afford to just kinda’ handle the day all ‘laxadaisy’ like… immediately my survival senses kicked in because one of my instructors stands near me a few days during the week, and prods me to lead and critiques every damn thing I do… (this is ‘worse-case’ scenario… he cares about us, but it’s pressure I’m not used to… the criticism sounds similar to something else; from the past, I guess, that apparently gets under my skin…) I’m used to my bosses (previous employers) telling me, “Damn, you did a hell of a job…” or ” if anyone has any questions about what we are doing, ask ‘him’… he knows what we are doing.” Or someone having me work with someone and I’m watching… 146 more words