Monthly Archives: December 2010

Will 2011 be any different?

A traveling salesman pulls into a rancher’s yard to ask for directions. The kindly old rancher invites the salesman to come and sit on the porch for a spell, and have a glass of lemonade. The salesman accepts. As they … Continue reading

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Worth doing badly

I’ve noticed something about people who follow their passions on a regular basis. I’m talking about the people who are really excited about that one thing – they talk about it, they go to conventions about it, they buy the … Continue reading

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Gutter Spirituality

The other day, a friend posted this video on their facebook page: The video is about Narayanan Krishnan, who lives in India. In this 2-minute video, he tells his story: He used to work for a nice hotel in Bangalore. … Continue reading

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