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Excerpt From Our Book

Michele and I are writing a book about the story of God bringing us together. We think it is a story worth telling and many have encouraged us to write it. 724 more words

Christian

2015: The Year to Come

Lots of people seem to be out posturing around what the year ahead will bring at the moment. Will it be as lucrative as last year was for many, will it be even better, or are we in for another market crash bought about by our over inflated dollar and ridiculous housing boom? 467 more words

Recruitment

How to Trade Work for Rest without Quitting Your Job

As a child reading Aesop’s Fable, The Tortoise and the Hare, I always cheered for the Hare.

Slow and steady has never been my thing. 439 more words

Wisdom

Baby Steps...

Wow. January is almost over. Yikes!

This year is bound to fly by as quickly as it flew in. You’ve got goals. You want to see more accomplishments in 2015. 294 more words

Thought-Provoking

There are goals and then there are commitments.

In October I posted my sort-of intent to participate in the NaNoWriMo madness. (National Novel Writing Month for those of you not yet tuned into this annual event.) And because it wasn’t an actual commitment, I of course fell well short of my pseudo goals. 343 more words

Writing

The Daily Grind

1. My sister says I have two modes: tortoise and hare.

2. Tortoise mode involves my head and body disappearing into the biggest, most fluffy sweater I own. 89 more words

Buddhism

The Tortoise And The Hare.

The tortoise and the hare is one of the many fables that hold a moral I can relate to today.

For those who do not remember or have not heard of it, it goes something like this: 369 more words