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Aug
20
2011

Remembrance

My whole life I have been a big proponent of not looking back on the past, but instead focusing on the future.  I know we are to learn from our mistakes, but we can’t change the past – just move forward.  While I believe this is generally a good approach to have, it’s also important for us to take time and reflect on the past.  I think the main reason we are reluctant to look […]

Aug
1
2011

Narrow Is The Way

How many of us have spent a large part of our lives trying to be like everyone else.  From an early age we are pressured by society to fit into the social norm.  I mean who wants to be the weird kid right??  This mentality sometimes stays with us into our adult lives.  A lot of us are still trying to be like everyone else.  We wear the same clothes, go to the same places […]

Jun
29
2011

All The World’s A Stage

Most of my adult life I’ve heard the line – all the world’s a stage.  Until recently I have honestly never really stopped to consider what it means.  To me it has always been some Shakespeare line dealing with the theater which didn’t apply to my life.  Then one day I realized I needed to get over myself and focus on something much bigger than me.  Remember we are not here to serve our self, […]

Jun
18
2011

Just Believe

I have a confession to make.  Often my faith grows weak and sometimes disappears completely.  How many of us have experienced this.  Right when things seem to be going our way and getting better something goes wrong and everything seems to fall apart.  As we go through life our faith continually gets challenged.  When we see a young child dying of cancer, when a father loses his job or when your church is divided and loved ones decide […]

Apr
25
2011

Leave Something That Remains

How do you want to be remembered after your death?  I know it’s not something a lot of us consider on a daily basis, but the older I get it seems to weigh heavier on my heart and mind.  I must confess that as an only child and provider for my family I have spent a lot of my adult life trying to focus on building my personal financial portfolio.  In fact, a lot of […]

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