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A Priceless Gift

Boreham shares a pricelss illustation in his essay entitled, Our Better Halves. In it he brought an account of two lepers who co-owned a small farm. The one had no feet; the other no hands, yet they made a beautiful crop … Continue reading

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The Secret to Success is not a Secret

The Not So Secret Path to Greatness by: The John Maxwell Company The young girl skipped onto the stage of the dilapidated, half-filled theater hall, her thin voice competing with the noise of an unruly audience. Midway through the first … Continue reading

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Is Your Art Remarkable?

John Constable was an English Romantic painter. Born in Suffolk, England he is known principally for his landscape paintings of Dedham Vale. There is a famous story that says Henry Fuseli, a painter and a keeper of the Academy was … Continue reading

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Sharing our Luggage – Value of Teamwork!

There is a Christian principle that will bring tremendous merit to our vocational life. The art and discipline of bearing one another’s burdens. Oft, we marvel at our little burdens; it is innate. Little children collect things and carry them … Continue reading

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Fires of Innovation

In his “Revolution on Tanner’s Lane, Rutherford tells how the little hamlet boys of Cowfold would spend their holiday walking the three dusty miles along the village road to the main carriageway just in wonder to see the signs that … Continue reading

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On Sustaining Through Judgment

We survive piercing glances and arrows of words by being totally commited to our something, whatever it is. When we strip away our egos and awash ourselves with honesty and transparency and we are fully understood by others it matters … Continue reading

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Dont Hang the Goat

When we were younger, my little brother Ronnie and I had a small billie goat. He was a rambunctious little critter and he would often ram you in his play. One day, I came around the corner of our property … Continue reading

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