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1. | Jun 17, 2014
I come to the same conclusion. I've wrettin stories about a lot of things. I've given my most passionate support or opposition to temporal things and events of our days and it became meaningless in short order. Maybe to make things interesting I would tell stories about things I've done, only to eventually discover that it was vanity and futility. The only point in writing about those things would be to lead the reader to the inevitable conclusion. Things of the flesh die like the flesh and vanish from the face of the Earth. The Love, Grace and Mercy of Almighty God lasts forever and in the end, those things are the only thing that really matter in life.King Solomon came to the same conclusion and he wrote about it in a book called Ecclesiastes .It's good to know that we have people who are as wise as King Solomon on this forum.
2. | Apr 22, 2014
Oh come on Jim, how about writing soeithmng that I disagree with? All this soundly-based stuff leaves us nothing to have a good ole heated discussion about. lolSeriously though, you're spot on regarding passion. Successful business (& therefore successful life) is about being passionate.I'd like to make a distinction though. Many folk advise you to follow your passion' when thinking of a business. This can be dangerous advice and it's not the same as being passionate.I may have a passion for vegging out in front of the TV watching the soaps (I don't!) but that wouldn't make for a good business model however, I AM passionate about living a wonderful life with my family. I AM passionate about running a successful business and helping as many folk I can with my products and services, and these passions are what spur me on.
3. | Apr 21, 2014
Oh come on Jim, how about writing smhteoing that I disagree with? All this soundly-based stuff leaves us nothing to have a good ole heated discussion about. lolSeriously though, you're spot on regarding passion. Successful business (& therefore successful life) is about being passionate.I'd like to make a distinction though. Many folk advise you to follow your passion' when thinking of a business. This can be dangerous advice and it's not the same as being passionate.I may have a passion for vegging out in front of the TV watching the soaps (I don't!) but that wouldn't make for a good business model however, I AM passionate about living a wonderful life with my family. I AM passionate about running a successful business and helping as many folk I can with my products and services, and these passions are what spur me on.
4. | Dec 16, 2013
Hi JimThe thing that's inspiring me most at the memont is developing more of a person to person rather coaching business. (As you know, in the past my consulting business was more about doing work for corporates.) And doing this using social media as a big driver.I don't lack passion. But, as I've said to you before, I do lack a sense of how to channel it to achieve the goals I've set myself.I think, as much as we need passion, we also need to know how to do the right things right. In my experience passion can be sensitive, and needs to see progress for it to continue to burn. But put these two things together and it can be explosive, right?.-= Christine Livingstonb4s last blog .. =-.
5. | Dec 14, 2013
In the middle of the trbeulunce surrounding youThese trying times that are so hard to endureIn the middle of what seems to be your darkest hourHold fast your heart and be assuredThis too shall pass, like every night that's come before itHe'll never give you more than you can bearThis too shall pass, so in this thought you be comfortedFor it's in His hands, this too shall pass, oh yesThe Father knows the tears you cry before they fallHe feels your pain, His heart and yours are oneThe Father knows that sorrow's heavy chains are strongBut with His strength, you'll overcomeFor this too shall pass, like every night that's come before itHe'll never give you more than you can bearThis too shall pass, so in this thought you be comfortedFor it's in His hands, this too shall passSo set your eyes, set them on the mountainAnd lift your hands up to the skyAnd let His arms of love surround youLet Him take you to the other sideThis too shall pass, like every night that's come and gone before itI'm so glad, He never gives [Incomprehensible] more than you can bearThis too shall pass, so in this thought you be comfortedFor it's in his hands, this too shall passIt's in His hands, this too shall passOh, it shall pass
6. | Dec 13, 2013
ROTB could not agree more. HOF inclusion is aaylws a great barroom-brawl starter. Players such as Larkin and Jack Morris are on today's short list surely. I would also note, there are a surprising number of players long-ago inducted that fit the same general description. This does not mean, however, that these players ought to be on any short list. Their election does not exactly cheapen the HOF; and Ron Santo is a fine choice from the Veterans' Committee. All are superb athletes. If Santo were alive, the 2012 induction ceremony would be a little more exciting. Recent ceremonies have been snoozes. What ought to concern even more is the watering down of the HOF pool (to mix a metaphor slightly) as steroids-associated players are dropped (at least at present) from consideration and others, not so short-list worthy, move up the chain.
7. | Nov 21, 2013
That's the thiinnkg of a creative mind
8. | Nov 20, 2013
You could not be more wrong about #12. Are you serious? Let's start with Minn. That year was autslboely sick for any QB & WR Combo until Moss and Brady last year. It was not 12's fault his kicker decided to miss his first FG of the year in the NFC Championship Game. Not to mention 12 doesn't play defense. So you can't blame him for giving up those points in that game. He and Moss carried that team for real. Then lets talk about his years as an eagles. Fog bowl, can't blame 12 for dropping the go ahead TD while being wide open in the End Zone. That honor belongs to that overrated stiff Keith Jackson. Oh wait, what about the time our "great" defense turned in a clunker against Jim Everett and the rams? Made them look like the 07 Colts. Don't get me wrong, 12 share's in the blame and he was a bit of a whack job. But there was a reason for 3 MVP's. Randall was the truth. I'd take him over 5 anyday. Not to mention the bigger whack job of a coach he had. Who gave him no offensive help other than byars. By the time he got the help in Fred B and Calvin W. Our Defense was trash. Reggie was gone, Jerome died, Eric Allen cashed in on FA. B&E was showing signs of wear and tear. Come on man...If you are a true Eagles fan, and watched Randall every week and you're being totally honest with yourself and not blaming him because the media told you to. You truely have to consider him for the HOF. You look at pure talent, the numbers, he's got to be in. First ballet, maybe not. But definitely in.
9. | Nov 20, 2013
I don't think Curt would have much of a shot winning any elicteon. Is there anyone out there who actually likes him? For all he did for Boston, still every Boston fan I know doesn't really like him, they just respond to questions with something like, well, I'm really happy for what he helped accomplish for us, but he should shut his mouth because he's an idiot.As for Moose in Hall, I guess it makes sense that he not get in if we look at his peers who will be getting nominated around the same time- Maddux, Smoltz, Glavine, Randy Johnson, Clemens, Pedro. Those are all guys who were incredibly dominant. Moose, as great as he was, just wasn't in that league. While I have never thought much of Glavine, he does have the magic number and that's what counts to get him over the hump. As far as Moose playing on the Orioles in the 90s and Yankees in the 2000s, that's true that that probably helped him get some wins, but it's also true that pitching in the AL East probably took away it's fair share of wins from him. Facing at various times the Sox, Yankees, Orioles, and Blue Jays is not an easy task- far more difficult than playing in other divisions. This is the premier offense division and probably always will be.Side note: if Moose shouldn't get in before Blyleven- should Schilling get in before him? Or before Jack Morris for that matter? Schilling's got the 3000+ strikeouts, but he doesn't have the win total of Moose or Blyleven (who also has more Ks, as do Clemens, the Unit, Maddux, and Pedro). He also has the postseason record, making him similar to Morris. If you put those together does it make him Hall worthy? I don't know. I think right now people think he and Moose should get in, but in five years from now, with some perspective, I think people will answer no.'
10. | Sep 4, 2013
Found your comment via a scraeh for 40playsin40days and I want to let you know I have a website for my project (aptly named: 40playsin40days.com).I was bummed about the Timon layoff, but I figured that would be a difficult play to find in the summer anyway. I'll still be in New Jersey on a Mid-Atlantic swing in July, so perhaps I can buy you a cup of coffee for mentioning me in your blog .I have just completed my first calendar of the summer with 29 plays scheduled. Head over the site and you can see what I have thus far. Peace,Chris
11. | Sep 2, 2013
The days are long, but the years are short. I don't want to miss them! For more short and sweet ideas on how to stop and smell the roses, to enjoy the little thnigs in life, check out my 31 Days to Smell the Roses series.
12. | Sep 2, 2013
shared a few of my frugal clohitng finds in the past and since my friend, Jen is have a Frugal Fashionista party this Friday, I thought I'd pull a couple of pics out of my archives and join in the fun.a0