11/15/2016

Introverts Can Bring Great Value to the Class – TRY THIS!

Let’s see how we can encourage introverts to verbally participate more in class.  A students’ willingness to discuss, ask questions and/or express an opinion, make any class more interesting, fun yet challenging for everyone. After reading the book Quiet – The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking by Susan Cain, I learned that the most innovative and creative thinkers are not the self-promoters / extroverts, or strong personalities found in every classroom / workplace. They are […]
10/06/2016

The Difference between Excellence and Perfection

Excellence isn’t about an IQ or ability, excellence simply means doing the very best you can with the abilities and resources you have available.  It’s about effort — keep on keeping on.  It’s about recognizing weaknesses and going thru a process to eliminate those weaknesses.  Perfection is an unattainable ideal. With effort and desire, excellence is achievable. In the midst of excellence we can attain a fleeting moment of perfection.  That moment is life changing because something important is learned; […]
11/30/2015

Sex and the Single Girl

SEX and the Single Girl Years ago our Sunday School teacher related a personal story in regards to his 22 year old daughter and asked for prayers. She had fallen in love, and did what many young people do when they convince themselves they are in love. She had a sexual relationship with the young man. She unexpectedly became pregnant; since they were in love, she thought they’d get married, then hoped they’d get married, and then watched him marry […]
06/26/2015

The Wisdom of Experience –A Cute Marriage Story

I love to tell this story to illustrate how people of different ages relate to the same thing. A six-year old boy told his father he wanted to marry the little girl across the street. Being modern and well-schooled in handling children, he hid his smile behind his hand and with a serious look on his face exclaimed, “That’s a serious step,” “Have you thought it out completely.” “Yes, his young son answered. “We can spend one week in my […]

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