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Technology and I have a love-hate relationship. (Am I alone in this? I think not!) We get along OK at work. In the office I sit at a computer all day, every day. I can whip up and professionally edit … Continue reading →
Friends of mine are missionaries and their ministry is bringing the love of God into the dark, lonely, pain-riddled places we know as prisons. I have known The Hunters for almost 15 years now, and I support their work directly … Continue reading →
In the absence of anything deep and meaningful, or even light-hearted and encouraging, to share – as I am mired in work trying to prepare for my boss’ 3 week European vacation – I am delighted to share with you … Continue reading →
I enjoy Twitter – I get exposed to some helpful information, inspirational quotes and links to great websites and blogs. Cathy Ostapchuk tweeted about this post by Kurt Bubna. It was a “word in due season” for me, so I … Continue reading →
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When I was 20, my family – parents, brother, sister and I – went ‘back to the old country’ for a visit. It was a joy to see my grandparents again, and we had some fun visiting relatives, especially my … Continue reading →
Are you an honest person? I like to think I am, and you probably do, too. How then do we account for the statistic – presented by Robert S. Feldman, PhD, author of “The Liar in Your Life” – that … Continue reading →
It’s not what you say, it’s how you say it. Watch this You Tube clip by purplecontent. Copy and paste this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hzgzim5m7oU For those of you who are leery of opening uncertain links, I will describe the video. Music … Continue reading →
If Albert Einstein used only 9.8% of his brain and the the average human uses 3% or 4% (according to http://www.wiki.answers.com) what is going on with the other 96% or 97%? I don’t know the answer to that and, rather … Continue reading →
Yes, I think so, you say to yourself. If you asked me that question a few years ago, that would have been my answer, too. Why? Well, because I have very good hearing. I’m intelligent, well-educated, polite and attentive when … Continue reading →
Want to produce powerful purposeful prose? Business writing, too – I just couldn’t resist a touch of alliteration. Here are some great tips from Mike Duerksen, who blogs at NonprofitPR, and shared this 18-point checklist with readers on Ragan.com. Before … Continue reading →
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