https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5zDv9syX4ao In this follow-up to my post entitled "Stewardship or possession", I talk about the care of our bodies, which in a way are our ultimate possessions. How do we and how should we regard and care for our bodies? We each only get one body during our lifetimes. How do we want to spend … Continue reading The care of our bodies
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MIqb8rWJfGA What's the healthier, saner way to view that which have or enjoy? Should you regard it as a possession or should you see yourself as a steward of it? What's the better long-term approach to these matters? Join me for a (non-religious) discussion of the subject in this video. I'll talk about various topics … Continue reading Stewardship or possession?
I want to share something with you, something wonderful that happened last night. Read on, it's worth it. Around 4 pm, the water company turned off the water for the entire city due to emergency repairs. Late at night, they turned it back on but it was full of silt and mud, so we let … Continue reading Something wonderful happened last night
I was reminded today of something I've known for a long time, something that still hasn't become second nature to me. I was faced with stressors, and how I chose to respond to those stressors determined my mood and milieu for the rest of the day. On a long-term basis, the sum of all these … Continue reading One way to respond to stress
I suppose they wouldn't be called challenges otherwise, right? So how do we tackle them? What makes them so... challenging? Methinks it has to do with the things I'm about to write. They're not groundbreaking, and I don't think they're new, but they're worth stating. First, we should remember that our attitude determines our altitude. … Continue reading Why are challenges a challenge?