Category Archives: Wisdom
Do you have any idea how bad the US debt problem is? Does it matter at all? I had those exact same questions so I set out to do a little research to try to figure this out and satisfy my curious little brain. This paper is the result of that search. Continue reading
Would you agree with me that sometimes sales guys can have a questionable reputation? I do not know, there is just something about some of them that I can not quite put my finger on. Maybe the thing is I sense that I can not really trust some of them. I have many friends and family members that are indeed great people and great sales people so this does not implicate every single sales person but there maybe some generalizing wisdom that might be gleaned from this experience. Maybe hearing some recent conversations among sales men on the train, better known as the light rail, just maybe these conversations will give us some valid reasons for those queasy feelings in out stomach when dealing with some sales people. Continue reading
Lake Calhoun Minneapolis Morning Light
This location is one of the most iconic in the city of Minneapolis. It is beautiful day or night, summer or winter.
This is a more artistic view of this classic scene…
Have a great evening friends.
This book is a short little piece with lots of humor, but do not mistake it’s brevity for lack of content and power. The methodology that this book recommends is so easy and so powerful that the author risks having the reader not taking it seriously. I beg you, take this seriously and you will be handsomely rewarded.
So today I received a call from AARP (Yes the huge senior’s organization). At first I was thinking I was getting old and they were calling to offer me a membership. But alas, it was something else. They were calling to request that I would be their photographer at the Minnesota State Fair. I would get all kinds of press coverage and get links to my web site and all that stuff bla bla bla…
Saturday, September 19 offered plenty of sunshine and thousands of reasons to smile. For God’s glory, Jubilee Celebration 2009 succeeded in blessing approximately 1700 people in need. Also blessed were the over 300 volunteers from 17 churches in the surrounding south metro area. Thank you to everyone who came and everyone who gave of their time, efforts and resources!
Creation Originally uploaded by !!WaynePhotoGuy. Listening to: Haydn: Die Schopfung (The Creation), Genesis 1The Beginning 1 In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. 2 Now the earth was [a] formless and empty, darkness was over the surface … Continue reading
A very good friend of mine (find Elsa’s work here) shared with me this piece that she had written. I was so blow away by it that I had to share it with you. I hope this touches you like … Continue reading
This letter went out yesterday from primaryeducators.org . From: email@example.com Dear Parents, You may have missed this in the previous broadcast message due to its length. Some additional information is provided. A question was raised at the meeting that if … Continue reading
Of course you don’t hear this in the MSM but this is what happens pretty regularly in the Muslim world. Abdul Rahman is facing a death sentence for becoming a Christian. What a heinous crime! One bystander states… "Cut off … Continue reading
Sometimes people come into your life and you know right away that they were meant to be there … to serve some sort of purpose, teach you a lesson or help figure out who you are or who you want … Continue reading
South Dakota has now been placed on the map as a state that is not afraid of a big fight. The Gov has signed into law legislation that would ban almost all abortions. These guys know there is going to … Continue reading
The new Israel bashing movie "Paradise Now" is another fine example of Hollywood hating Israel. Link: Ynetnews – Culture – Oscar nominee: People hate Israelis for a reason. HOLLYWOOD – Hany Abu-Assad’s film "Paradise Now" left few Israelis indifferent. The … Continue reading
By Sharon Soderlund Father Tadeusz Pacholczyk, a scientist and theologian who will speak at St. Joseph in Hopkins Feb. 2, is an engaging and riveting speaker who communicates complex scientific and moral issues in a way that makes them easily … Continue reading
Like I have said before, there are many things with which I disagree with Chuck Baldwin. But when I agree, I really agree. This commentary is one in which I agree whole heartedly, so I had to post it. Enjoy … Continue reading
Don’t judge each day by the harvest you reap, but by the seeds you plant. –Robert Louis Stevenson You, yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe, deserve your love and affection. –Buddha The secret of health for both … Continue reading
On this 33rd Roe v. Wade anniversary I would like to do a little math. Abortion has been "legal" for 33 years now. According to the many sources (do your own research if you don’t believe me), in the US … Continue reading
The American Catholic Bishops adopted the Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People during their Dallas meeting in 2002. It was updated recently in 2005. The creation of this Charter was in reaction to the priest sex abuse … Continue reading
What is the best predictor of success is life? Is it intelligence? Is it good looks? It appears (as common sense would point to anyway) that self discipline, self sacrifice and hardwork are the number one predictor of success. The … Continue reading
God does not die on the day when we cease to believe in a personal deity, but we die on the day when our lives cease to be illumined by the steady radiance, renewed daily, of a wonder, the source … Continue reading
The count down to our departure date for the New Orleans Hurricane Katrina Relief trip has started. We have just 18 days and counting. Mission control will commence control at T minus 4 days. I just had to throw this … Continue reading
On this Martin Luther King holiday I only thought it would be right to post one of the greatest speaches of all time by the great leader Dr Martin Luther King. Keep in mind that this man’s view of the … Continue reading
Chuch Colson at Break Point has such an important commentary today about what is really going on within our college dorms that I had to pass it on. One student says "Peer pressure and living arrangements on campus make promiscuity … Continue reading
This morning Bill Bennett had Kate O’Beirne of National Review Online on his show mostly discussing the Sam Alito Supreme Court Judicial Court confirmation hearings that are getting under way. O’Beirne recently wrote a piece that outlines her dream speech … Continue reading