Monthly Archives: January 2017

Count The Waves

Yes, it is a fishing story. But it is much more. So valued you can measure by counting the waves of the ocean. [I like that…lots.] Was fishing with a wonderful friend “who just happens” to be an excellent fishing … Continue reading

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Getting Rid Of NEVER

Have shared the importance of affirmation, of telling someone “thank you” when someone is doing their job. Name the place—nothing always specific. With that, perhaps a place where gratitude is hardly ever conveyed is the security line at the airport. … Continue reading

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Joy….A Moment Not A Condition

Often I have referenced Tom Ehrich…a minister, a theologian, a writer, a poet…talented and perceptive. I’ve his permission to print a recent reflection on Joy. Struck me with value…much value. Probably the case I’ve linked joy with a condition…and in … Continue reading

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The Value of Values

This is a long article. Truth bears priority: it is deeper than it is long. It is about values. I have always found the perspective of Gregg Popovich, coach of the San Antonio Spurs, to be a way bit north … Continue reading

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Moments Make A Difference

Most people I talk to and sometimes with and even more, from, I’ve never seen before and more than likely, pushing definite, will never see again. Thought of that this morning—okay the 13th of January and a Friday—which for some … Continue reading

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Having an Attitude

Ever been told, “You’ve got an attitude!”? First glance at that, which is certainly mine, refers to bad, untoward, negative, haughty, demeaning, denigrating, arrogant, condescending…. Do I need to go on? Well, yes, I do. And I will. On this … Continue reading

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