When the famous physicist Albert Einstein lectured at U.S. universities, the recurring question students asked most was, “Do you believe in God?” Who was Einstein’s God? And what can we make of that concept today?
“I don’t want you to fix it. I just want to vent and need someone to listen.” Imagine what our would could be like if there were more witnesses and fewer judges?
If you’ve ever had an idea pop into your head while concentrating on something else, you’ve witnessed the subconscious at work. Self-talk is the most powerful tool to program your subconscious mind. So, when you talk to yourself… watch your language.
If you’re a regular reader, this new collection of essays will feel comfortably familiar. It’s a curated collection of 48 of the best stuff from this blog in 2023, plus three brand new missives on purpose, passion and talent.
Mickey Mouse, the ever-optimistic icon of the Disney universe, has much to teach us about leadership. Let’s revisit some classic chestnuts that embody the “house of mouse”.
Gratitude to the rare individuals who carry invisible burdens, yet walk against the tide of personal hardship to be present for others. In humility they lighten two loads: that carried by the afflicted… and their own.
Science tells us that parts of our body are in a constant state of regeneration. Our marvelous machine discards what is no longer useful replaces it with something fresh.
And so it is with the world around us. Jobs come and go. Relationships evolve; some friends grow with us while others grow away from us.
Those who consistently thrive anticipate change and reinvent for it.
Giving hearts can be trapped in un-productive relationships. The flip side of compassion can sometimes be a tendency to hang on to someone when you should be letting them go.
It’s that time of year for listing achievements and outlining soon-to-be-forgotten New Year’s Resolutions. How many past “successes” can you remember?
John 3:16 posits the ultimate gift of love is offering ourselves and our offspring to the world to make it a better place. On the eve of Christiandom’s big event, I’ve been pondering this question: What is love’s real definition?