Sharing is Caring

I have witnessed many transitions, both in corporate and in ministry, and noted that part of a successful transition is when the new person takes off from where the old person left from, instead of starting from scratch. When the new person starts from scratch simply because s/he did not bother to set aside his/her own “diskarte,” that new person throws away not preferences or processes, but the experiences of the other. And this pride is usually to the detriment of the organization.

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You’re Older but You’re not Old

I have this daily gratitude thing on Facebook and as I was completing my January entries tonight ?, I thought of placing this on my blog instead of as a mere description of a photo. My mom celebrated her 60th birthday this year. We had a series of celebrations and reunions, and one of those…

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Just Write

I’ve been itching to write for a few weeks now but I didn’t know how to start and what to write about. When you’ve stopped consistently writing, it seems difficult to get back at it.

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2018: A Year of Transitions

Since 2016 I have been trying to make it a habit to post my annual gratitude list on my birthday. I just read my 2016 and 2017 posts again as I write this, and it’s interesting how long back those two years feel, and almost forgotten: 2016: Wow. Book published. Blog revamped. Baby on the…

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Calel’s Wacky Art Shirts

How have your parents set you up for success? Young as Noah is, I already find myself conscious of how my actions (and words) affect his future. As a parent, I have this innate desire to set him up for success. I do believe that all parents have this heart. It can get physically draining,…

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