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Freedom From Confinement

I was talking to a friend recently about losing weight. I said “You don’t understand what this means to me”. Their response was, “You are right that I don’t understand what it means. 764 more words



“Happy people understand that the name of the game is to enjoy life rather than think about it.” ~ Richard Carlson.

We often overthink things. 146 more words


In 4 months: a new job, a new home, in a new state, with new friends, a new life.

OBEDIENCE. SCARY. FUN. LONELY. FULFILLING. #bestdecisionever… 347 more words

Church Leadership

Using online games to study what tourists find attractive here.

Imagine if we could, through games, explore the preferences of European, Asian, Middle Eastern, North American and other visitors to our region and cater our tourist destinations (and direct our dollars) to meet those preferences. 292 more words

New Thinking

Are Educators Afraid of Change?

After being blocked from entering a school in Washington D.C., only days after her confirmation as Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos told reporters, “Friday’s incident demonstrates just how hostile some people are to change and new ideas.” She then went further saying, “The protesters’ behavior is a reflection of the way some seek to treat our education system – by keeping kids in and new thinking out.” 1,097 more words

Betsy DeVos

Your New Groove

“We can’t solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them” – Albert Einstein

Jesus knows how your mind goes, so your life goes. 214 more words

Just A Minute

'The New Thinking' London. 1996.

Notes: Ideas for a play. (stuck in diary, on a pink Post-It note.)

Setting the scene.
Ego awake.

A world without irrelevant passions.
End of all suffering → 52 more words