I scanned through this 1999 article by Anthony B. Robinson a while ago. My eyes paused more on the practical points he was making on the lessons on leadership. I’m not particularly worried about the concept of leadership in the … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: March 2009
I’ve been driving a lot the past few weeks. It was fun, even though long distance can be tiring. I know some people enjoy the solitude when they are driving, or the company depending on their personality. I told two … Continue reading
MERCIFUL AND LOVING GOD, I come seeking quiet communion with you. In this place apart from confusion and stress, grant me stillness of heart and quietness in thy presence. Amen. – Rueben P. Job and Norman Shawchuck A Guide to … Continue reading
One for the evening. Hope to resume more normal blogging soon.
One before I sleep . . .:-)
One for the evening.
Perhaps you won’t ever see your parking lot at the mall ever in the same way?
I like music, and I like animation. So the combination of both with this Radiohead song is mega cool.
Long-term commitment whether in marriage, religious life or in other forms, is harder these days because of change. The loved one changes, and we change ourselves with time; so our relationships change. We cannot live our whole lives at … Continue reading
It’s been a while since I’ve commented on the conversation. There’s a lot of rubbish rhetorical critique on this subject which is boring and tiring. Usually, it’s rehashing straw man arguments and ignores what’s going on beyond the USA (whether … Continue reading