Our Lives on Display
Years ago, I would often get the feeling that I was being observed while shopping or standing in line at the coffee shop. I am sure this happens to celebrities all of the time, but with me it was the clerical collar. Pretty girls make eye … Continue Reading
In the late 1800s an Italian philosopher/mathematician by the name of Vilfredo Frederico Pareto postulated: In cause and effect, the majority of the effects can be attributed to the minority of the causes. This principle for which he is best known is popularly known as the rule of 80/20.
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A common greeting in Christ’s day was the Hebrew word “Shalom.” The single word “Peace” worked equally well for “Hello” and “Goodbye” and is even now preferable to the vacuous “Have a nice Day.” Common greetings have a way of becoming devalued. For example, Goodbye has the wonderful … Continue Reading