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Tag Archives: leadership
The advice to nobility continues, with an emphasis to watch out for certain kinds of people. We remind ourselves that “fool” and “folly” refer to a failure to subject the mind to the supremacy of the heart. Thus, it is … Continue reading
Please don’t convert to my religion. One of the hardest things to explain is the perverted trap of Western mental habits enshrined in how language is used. I’m not the first person to notice the huge difference; I learned this … Continue reading
There is no accounting for some people’s tastes. When I was a kid, a very popular rock song was “Spirit in the Sky” (YouTube link). The guy who wrote it was mocking the gospel message. However, the fellow who programmed … Continue reading
He doesn’t have too awful many, so it’s worth chasing down the few that can be found. I’m serving the Shepherd King. That’s a parable of reality, a parable and reality few recognize, never mind what the PR suggests. He … Continue reading
We are shepherds; we exult in our toughness. Not that we idolize the little engine that could, but we each seek to be the little engine that would. It is not the toughness of “we can do it” but of … Continue reading