Monthly Archives: January 2012

A 5 Minute Problem

One of the most important questions that I have learned to ask myself when faced with a challenging situation is: how important is it really?  It forces me to look at the situation and determine if in the long run … Continue reading

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Blame

Do you ever catch yourself in the middle of complaining to someone in customer service and say: wow, I am totally wrong here.  That happened to me this morning.  It wasn’t so much that I was wrong, but that I … Continue reading

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Do I Have To?

Over the last week I have come to an interesting revelation: I am still a very lazy person.  Sure, if there is some tangible benefit right before my eyes, I’ll work for something.  But give me an opportunity to have … Continue reading

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Just What the Doctor Ordered

The other day I woke up to an email from my employer that was very disturbing.  I wanted to call my boss immediately and tell him exactly how I felt about ‘reorganization of my pay’ but chose to pray instead.  … Continue reading

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Mask and Manipulation

It always amazes me just how easy it is to see the speck in your neighbor’s eye while a log clogs our own vision.  When I see someone who is manipulating a situation it is apparent to me almost instantly.  … Continue reading

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Pace of Life

Over the past few years, I have begun to learn to slow my pace, and amazingly when I do, I get a lot more done.  And that which I do is of much better quality and doesn’t drain me of … Continue reading

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For Reals

Sometimes when I am in self-reflection I can be really hard on myself.  It seems that I oscillate from being a Saint without a flaw to the biggest heathen ever to walk the face of the earth.  I notice that … Continue reading

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