Portrait of Benjamin Franklin (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Leadership is something we hear about all the time, we can attend seminars, read books and articles and even blog post. Everyone seems have the solution to being a leader. To me it seems that the title of the book or workshop seems to be more important that … Continue reading Ben Franklin and Leadership
Dear Catholics: This Open letter it to all Catholics, be they liberal or conservative, laps or practicing, fallen away or on their way back home to Rome. In-fact this open letter should be shared with non-Catholics, non-Christians and anyone who is concerned about their personal liberty and freedom. This letter is intended to excite you, … Continue reading An Open Letter to all Catholics, to all Americans
Image via Wikipedia When is stealing not stealing? Moralist will argue that we don’t always have a choice, they love to use the example of a man caught stealing bread. The moralist will say that if the man was stealing to feed his family than the act of stealing was justified. But the moralist would … Continue reading When is stealing not stealing?
Each day we all need to make personal choices regarding how we choose to live out our faith. We choose how we are going to react to our kids in the morning or how we are going to respond to the driver who just cut us off on our way to work. We are bombarded … Continue reading Jesus as a tag line…
Sometimes I think God just like to mess with me, I think he get great pleasure out of seeing me get upset or thrown off task. Take this morning for example, I posted my first blog with no problem, I stat in on this blog with a solid idea of what I want to write, … Continue reading The Crash
My frustration levels are at an all time high, I feel the effects of no control and am ready to scream… This about sums up my current mood, if I twittered I would have posted it, and most likely received responses from friends and people I don’t know offering me words of wisdom I don’t … Continue reading Frustration overload
This was sent to me from a friend in India, not sure who the original author is, he never stated it… But I thought I would share it… I remember my dad teaching me the power of language at a very young age. Not only did my dad understand that specific words affect our mental … Continue reading Positive Words
9 out of 10, that's a pretty good percentage, don’t you think? I would be happy with that percentage, if lets say it represented the percentage of Catholics who attended Mass every week, or lets say it was the percentage of the population who donated to end poverty or what if it represented the amount … Continue reading 9 out of 10