Deep Thinking (Part 2)

We were discussing the other night about whether or not our kids think about deeper topics; things like the meaning of life and purpose or what happens when you die or what is

Sandcastle Days

I heard an interesting phrase the other day, "sandcastle days". The context of the phrase was that if we aren't spending time at the end of our day to reflect and create feedback

Deep Thinking

If others would think as hard as I did, then they would get similar results. – Isaac Newton I'll admit it, I'm a skimmer. By default, I tend to read things quickly and scan

Pointing Fingers and Slow Death

We are currently going through the book, Deep Change by Robert E. Quinn. Fantastic book and chapter 2 is "Experiencing Slow Death". A couple things that jumped out at me were the statements,

So Mad

"There is nothing that can be done with anger that can’t be done better without it" – Dallas Willard Ran across this quote from Dallas Willard and it reminded me of the prior