The Heart Of A Man

"The heart of a man is very much like the sea, it has it's storms, it has it's tides and in it's depths it has it's pearls." Vincent Van Gogh

“The heart of a man is very much like the sea, it has it’s storms, it has it’s tides and in it’s depths it has it’s pearls.”
Vincent Van Gogh

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The Reasons For Success

Outliers IIFrom the introduction of the book, Outliers, by Malcolm Gladwell.

out-li-er \ noun

1: something that is situated away from or classed differently from a main or related body

2: a statistical observation that is markedly different in value from the others of the sample

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Rock Bottom

Rock BottomSince December of 2010 I have been in a long descending fall.

I had hoped to reach the bottom before now.

But I can see it.

It is a welcomed sight.

The slow and steady ascending journey begins Monday.

John

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Oceans

"The God said, 'Let the water beneath the sky be gathered into oceans so that the dry land will emerge."  Genesis 1:9

     “The God said, ‘Let the water beneath the sky be gathered into oceans so that the dry land will emerge.”      Genesis 1:9

 

 

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A Man’s Gift

GiftI have written recently about gifts that lay dormant, sometimes for a season, unfortunately at times, for the entire length of our lives.

I am quick to point people toward Psalm 139 and how God has laid gifts within us from before we were born, they were there.

He knew us even then.

Each of us, I believe, wish to do something great with our lives.

Not be the big shot or the most celebrated, but to do something significant.

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Every Day Is A Big Day

EverydayDuring the latter days of 2012 and the early days of 2013, I had been sending thank you notes to many people related to the kidney donation and transplant I had been involved with, December 14, 2012.

Many people demonstrated and displayed multiple acts of kindness.

Of which some would have thought it was their job, their duty, their responsibility and others would have thought nothing of it at all.

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