Tag: Self Growth

  • The Proof is in the Putting

    The Proof is in the Putting

    Visitors to Union Square in Manhattan, New York City are likely to encounter the street performer, Matthew Silver. Described by one YouTube contributor as, “A guy who runs around NYC in his underwear saying and doing radical things,” Matthew paints himself as a, “Cosmic trickster opening up the love portal to show us we are […]

  • Turning the Key

    I am intrigued with something Deborah Marie wrote on her blog, Great is God’s Faithfulness. The title of the post was, The Key to Life, and it was all about the choice set before God’s people in Deuteronomy 30:19-20. Moses challenged them to love, obey and commit totally to God–to choose life over death and […]

  • Unless the Lord Builds

    Unless the Lord builds the house, the builders labor in vain. Psalm 127:1 (NIV) As I’ve mentioned before, my wife and I are compulsive watchers of the HGTV (Home and Garden Television) network. The other night we saw a rerun of Holmes Makes It Right that gave me nightmares! If you haven’t seen it, the […]

  • Turning the Key

    I was intrigued recently with something DeborahMarie wrote on her blog, Great is God’s Faithfulness. The title of the post was, The Key to Life, and it was all about the choice set before God’s people in Deuteronomy 30:19-20. Moses challenged them to love, obey and commit totally to God–to choose life over death and […]

  • The Power of Weakness

    I was a bit puzzled with a recent post on the The Clean, Good Life called How To: Pick Something to Improve On. The author, Matcha, challenged me to list my strengths and weaknesses–in order of magnitude–and then get to work on my biggest weakness. Wait a second! Most self-improvement experts say to focus on […]

  • Sparkle!

    “Today you are you! That is truer than true! There is no one alive who is you-er than you!” Dr. Seuss One of my colleagues has this sign hanging just outside her classroom door: Frankly, every time I walk past and read it I have conflicting thoughts. Thought #1: “Right on!” Thought #2: “That’s easier […]