Monthly Archives: July 2011

The Contentment Journey

My level of faith is directly connected to my sense of peace.  As I wrestle with uncertainty in my job hunt, the challenge of relocation, the anxiety of financial shortfalls; contentment is a clear indicator of where I truly am. Despite the uncertainty, … Continue reading

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The Antithisis of Efficiency

inefficient: a. Lacking the ability or skill to perform effectively; b. Not producing the intended result c. Wasteful of time, energy, or materials   So much of my life is spent avoiding inefficiency.  The more I can combine tasks and … Continue reading

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“My” Plan vs. “The” Plan

I have spent many years dreaming about the future.  What could be?  What should be?  Thus, I have found myself with many, many plans for my life.  I have devised potential programs, ministries, travels,  relationships, even businesses.  The swirl of what could … Continue reading

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It’s Easier to Stay Shallow

One of the most misunderstood and misrepresented concepts in our culture is the definition of success.  I say “our culture”, but this misunderstanding has been around since the beginning of time.  We as individuals naturally drift towards self-preservation, self-focus, and … Continue reading

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