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Ubuntu: We are all connected

May this year be for each a season of “Goodwill” to ALL people at ALL places(Luke 2:14). I champion to deliberately find every excuse to extend the generosity, profoundly over-extending goodwill to ALL

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Greetings - Christmas Day 2014

Nothing profound to say…Merry Christmas…
Humbly, we welcome a new year of “Goodwill” to ALL people (inclusive). Christmas inaugurates the Goodwill of God, now come to humanity (Luke 2:14).

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On Mental and Spiritual Sobriety

I wonder if In the absence of a clear understanding (or revelation) of how God sees those people He so strategically placed in our lives, most of us (thru lack of patience which is a form of anger) mistakenly try to make copies of ourselves into the suffering and afflicted amongst us.

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THE CONDUCT OF A PASTOR

The Conduct of a Pastor…shepherd the flock of God that is among you, exercising oversight, not under compulsion, but willingly as God would have you; not for shameful gain, but eagerly; not domineering over those in your charge, but being examples to the flock. 1 Peter 5:2, 3

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ACOP Refresh Seminar Notes for Leaders

ACOP Refresh Seminar Notes for Leaders

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Musings of a Friend

Many a time we work so hard to cast out the hell from “in there” to “out there” only to realize that the very hell we try to cast out is only given life, energy and fueled by our demand to um-pluck it out of the depth….You are more than a paragraph, you are the book.

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Is silence the worst form of violence?

We hear people speaking about the “silent” treatment in their relationship. I wonder if you have ever experience the power of silence in creating drama, destabilizing relationship and fostering a culture of fear and distrust. The silent treatment can be a very destructive behavior when it involves personal relationships.

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Helpful conflict management attitude Tip-2

“Conflict is not bad – badly managed conflict is bad – but worst of all is to deny space for conflict to surface.”

Find ways to discover and safely discuss the “undiscussable”.

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Perspective

“People do not see the world as it is – they see it as they are. A leader needs a broader view.” From the movie Anna and the King

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Helpful conflict management attitude Tip-1

Find ways to discover and safely discuss the “un-discussable”. Create space to listen, wonder, explore, discover, risk.

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Critical Carefrontation

Self-management Practices. Desiring to be at peace with people is a good thing, Use conflict as an opportunity to serve others and, Encourage good practice by personal example

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Under his WIng

While farming, my husband was out on his tractor in the field when he accidentally ran over a partridge. She was killed, but left behind was a nest with her eggs. He thought the kids would enjoy seeing the nest, so he brought it back to the shop.

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Call Me Mara

We stand at the doorway of our child’s room, and tell him, “Clean your room.” We know if he does all the great toys will be rediscovered. We know they will be taken care and not lost. We know there will be a sense of accomplishment and a lesson of responsibility learned.

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The Paste of Life

Took time to muse about Professor Philip Zimbardo. Here he is speaking about how our individual perspectives of time affect our work, health and well-being. Time influences who we are as a person, how we view relationships and how we act in the world. A very interesting commentary on our civilization.

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Podcast Test Post

This is only a test! The Podcast is currently being developed, and will be launched soon! Stay tuned.

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