Perpetual Good – The Good of Starting Over Part 2

If starting over was easy, everyone would do it all the time. What we find, however is that taking the step to start over is hard... very hard, and it is wrought with fear, doubt, and many times a desire to just stay where we are, even though we know there is better waiting for …

Perpetual Good – The Good of Starting Over

As a society, we are constantly pushed to move ahead, to achieve, to always make progress. But what happens when, whether by choice or by force, you are faced with starting over? This week I speak to Victoria Pinkins, host of The Tea with V podcast about her decision to leave it all behind, move …

Secondary Schooling: Lessons From a Flashcard

Over the past few years, I have, on and off, immersed myself in Chinese language and culture. At one point, I seriously considered moving to Hong Kong, but that's a story for another time. I appreciate learning in any form, and gaining insight into things that come from different perspectives. Something that I may have …

December 31, 2020 – A Letter to Myself, a year from today

Happy New Year! I thought of doing another “slate clean”, “year of promise” type post, but then I thought back to the last couple weeks… and what I just wrote about end of the year-personal inventory stuff… Argh… if I’m not careful, I see the definition of insanity rearing its ugly head (doing the same thing …

Darkness Can’t…

Somewhere between 365 and 610 million miles away from us, in the vast expanse of space, lies a planet with 4 of its moons still visible… Amidst all that darkness… literally millions and millions of miles of darkness, light still shines. I read a tweet today about someone being overwhelmed and depressed over all the …

A Chit Chat Among Cherubim

Today I sat in service, listening to another Easter message. I say “another”, like it’s just the same old thing year after year, but thankfully, it wasn’t like that. There were a few things that struck me this year that just had me thinking more holistically about the whole event, and opened up the conversation …

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