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#OneWord365: Play

I’ve been thinking about my One Word 365 for 2017 since September.

2016 was a whole china shop of tempests in teapots–ups and downs and upsidedowns, both globally and personally. 817 more words

Personal Development

A Guide to the Art of Vacationing: teaching your body to take a siesta

7am, my body tells me “journal”

so I can release my thoughts

8am, my body tells me “yoga time”

so I can rid of physical tension and get through the day in mindfulness… 444 more words

Essential Theology: Marriage

If you read the Church Times you may have seen Angela Tilby’s column from the 9th December issue urging clergy to avoid family-olatry this Christmas. It would have caught my eye at any time but I was particularly struck by her words as I have lately been putting much thought into my understanding of marriage and ministry and how a couple balances these two demanding callings. 1,719 more words

Clergy Spouse

Workaholism proves to be helpful, harmful

Written by: Akansha Gupta

Workaholism is generally considered to be a socially acceptable addiction. Unlike sub- stance abuse and shopping, which take a toll on the body and the wallet, it’s hard to imagine working too hard and too long is an issue. 310 more words


~By Stephen Blackwood

When I see someone dying,

I tell myself I’m fine.

But with each breath I’m dying, too.

Until my lungs don’t work. …

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My life has become about forcing myself to fake the momentum.

On Monday, I left work early.

I would hope that for most people, that is a good sign. This is the evidence of work filled w/ accomplishments or which creates more freedom to leave than pressure to stay. 768 more words



Yesterday I read that a very young man died from overwork.

That might sound crazy, but in Japan, where I live now, this is a standard issue. 173 more words

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