I don’t enjoy reading. I’ve been told this is the definition of dyslexia. Or at least part of the definition. Dyslexics lose their desire to read, or they never gain a desire, or they can’t seem to maintain a desire to continue along the written page. It seems dyslexia is more than the reversal of […]
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The Freedom to Serve Someone Else
When we think of fulfillment, we rarely look at the area of servanthood. Very few people wake up and say, “I wish I could serve more!” Rather, we are taught from an early age that satisfaction comes from living a life that meets our goals and our dreams. If you happen upon a commencement speech […]
Thou Shall Not Bear False Witness, Unless it’s an Email Forward.
Thou shall not bear false witness. . . unless your false witness is in the form of an email. In that case, feel free to forward your lies to everyone in your address book. For although God is truth and His followers must walk in truth, it’s really not a big deal to pass on […]
Surviving a Domino Crises
Every person, at least once in their lifetime, should experience the joy of setting up and knocking down a carefully spaced row of dominoes. Domino engineering has the perfect anticipation to payoff ratio. The more time one spends carefully aligning and designing a spiraling domino maze, the more rewarding the grand finale. Playing with dominoes […]