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Are Americans Apathetic To & Bored By Their Own Brain? (I Love My Own Thoughts)

We Americans are brainwashed, continually choosing our culture’s hype instead of actively tuning in to the brain that we’ve each been blessed with. We have within our brains the most amazing mental apps ready to release currents of creativity, inspiration, … Continue reading

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Why R Believers Brainwashed Into Applauding All Sorts Of Ungodliness?

3rd time through this month Reading the Book of Acts How’d those Acts believers Turn the world upside down While today we spiritually waste away Brainwashed into applauding All sorts of ungodliness? 1 thing I noticed — Acts believers were … Continue reading

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Occupy Till I Come — What The Church Can Learn From Occupy Wall Street

In Luke 19:13 of the King James Bible, Jesus says:  “Occupy till I come.”  Somehow, I don’t think “occupy” means to sit in a pew once a week and passively listen to a sermon.  “Occupy” is much more aggressive than … Continue reading

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Modern Myth #6 — Adult Language

Is foul language really “adult language”? Does profanity demonstrate responsiblity, wisdom, intelligence, and other mature qualities? Of course not. It is just the opposite. When do most people learn to sprinkle their conversation with words that refer to feces, crude sexual … Continue reading

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Are You An Emulator Or An Impactor?

An emulator conforms to the thoughts ideas and opinions around him. He tries to blend in with his environment (often subconsciously rather than intentionally). It is easy to be an emulator, just go with the flow. Don’t rock the boat. … Continue reading

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When The Toilet Paper Gets Turned Around

Once I attended a Career Track seminar in Nashville about change management. The presenter challenged us: “Reverse your toilet paper.” That wiped me out. Surely I hadn’t paid $99 for this silly bit of advice. The presenter said: “Change is difficult … Continue reading

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