I was advising a friend on Facebook when another friend commented that morality is subjective. It highlights a problem in our society. People don’t believe in objective standards. Truth is relative. Morality is gray and you make your own up. It’s actually not a new thought. “In those days Israel had no king; everyone did as … Continue reading What Standard, It’s All Relative Isn’t It?
Ever look at what you do with your time? What is your purpose with that time? Do you get so busy that you forget the reason of it all or are in danger of doing that? I worry that I walk the line on that one. My free time is steeped in Bible study on … Continue reading Workaholic or Worship; the Danger of Multitasking Christianity
I do not see why people jockey to be a leader, making their sole ambition, even taking tests online to see if they are a leader or not. The acid test of leadership is if anyone is following you without being paid for it or for the perks. I manage a team within the church … Continue reading I Have No Idea If I’m Doing This Right
Whenever we break a coffee cup, it generally ends up in the garbage, unless it is just the handle that breaks off. That gets super-glued back on. Broken things are unusable, right? In Japan, there is a process of fixing broken pottery that has been raised into an art form. It is called kintsugi. They … Continue reading Human Kintsugi; You’re Not Broken Forever