Time to Crush the Canned Opinion

Creating my own opinion on political and environmental issues and then using that opinion to argue my point or defend a position has always been a lifelong goal of mine.  And quite frankly, I thought I have achieved that goal many times throughout my life.  But the older I get, the more I observe and…

Avoid the Shallow Practice Session

I have always known that if I want to get good at something that I need to practice.  And it doesn’t matter what it is, I must practice and that is that.  I have always believed that talent is something that one must obtain, that it doesn’t come “naturally” as so many like to believe. …

The Power of Action

Trying new things is scary, but it seems that some people are up to the challenge more than most us.  As a continuation of the last post.  I will share another thought that I had while reading the book “The Wright Brothers” by David McCullough.  In this story, it was not necessarily the genius of…

The Power of Observation

In the book “The Wright Brothers” by David McCullough, there is a great example demonstrating the power of observation.  The Wright Brothers credited with successfully flying the first manned operative airplane, were able to succeed because they came up with a fixed/warped wing and rudder system.  The story behind how the brothers, mainly Wilbur could…

The Resurrection

Most likely because of Christmas, I have been thinking about what makes me or anybody else a true Christian.  I am not for sure why this question has been on my mind.  The question became an irritant because, on the 29th of December, I read an article in the New York Times titled “The Evangelical…