If you’ve ever pulled the slingshot back and sent a furious fowl down range, you know how addicting the game Angry Birds can be. You’re also not alone. By far the most downloaded app ever, it’s been #1 in the app store for over 300 days.
Earlier this week I [...]
“Sweetheart, I don’t think you’re putting it together right.”
My wife hadn’t been in the room for two minutes. I looked up from the headboard I was assembling for our daughter’s new bed and just stared at her.
It was late, I’d had a long day, and I simply didn’t have the patience to walk [...]
People don’t follow titles, they follow courage. – William Wells Brown
How does it make you feel when you see someone demonstrate personal courage?
As for me, I get this odd feeling of respect and usually a strange desire to join them. Ever wonder why that is? I think it comes back [...]
Likewise, accomplishing something great is exciting. Exceeding expectations, beating the odds, going somewhere no one else has gone. The pride, the satisfaction and the [...]
Trust. Such a simple and complex word.
I don’t trust the guy in this picture.
I do trust my wife, who adores me. And I trust my doctor, who has a bunch of letters after his name. I trust Bob Goff, whom I’ve never actually met. I even [...]
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