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Iguanas in the Snow and Other Winter Poems

Francisco X. Alarcon graces each page with a fresh poem relating to the snow in the winter his neighborhood and the iguana in the snow. Maya Christina Gonzalez illustrates  colorful lively people to communicate this cultures beauty without saying a word. 44 more words

Picture Books

Made in China

Much too often we fail to appreciate the good things in life and so was born that famous saying, ‘You never know what you have until you lose it’. 496 more words

Photo Opinion

The Power of Voice

I was rehearsing with my church choir last night, and our director was focusing on articulation:  don’t slur; let them hear the “d” at the end of “God,” for example.   355 more words

Psychology Of Sales

Before and After: The Gettysburg Address

For this blog post, I thought it would be fun to take a famous speech and work backward, adding unnecessary words and phrases, making it so verbose as to be hard to recognize. 1,010 more words

Word Choice

Changing the Image of a Salesman Begins Within

I began this blog with the motto, “You can do well while doing good.”  That’s why I call my blog “Church of Sales.”  I want it to be a gathering place for do-gooders.  467 more words

Meaning Of Life