Today’s post is short, but filled with quotes that have meaning.
Let them speak to your other self...
the one not consumed with ego.
Then smile, and enjoy the remainder of the day!
The way you counterbalance outside external pressures is to have an internal sense of satisfaction about who you are & who God made you to be. You discover who you are by knowing whose you are. -Rick Warren
I cant tell you what the right thing to do is... but, I can tell you what doesn’t work: withholding love & respect, deciding someone else isn’t worth it.
And our charity must be a real and costly love, with deep feeling for the sins in spite of which we love the sinner - no mere tolerance, or indulgence which parodies love as flippancy parodies merriment. -C.S. Lewis
We (Leaders) must give others the opportunity to experience firsthand the stress of trying & failing, for this is how we learn and grow. Good leadership allows this to happen, even though it is against our nature. -Ron Edmondson
"The man without the Spirit does not accept the things that come from the Spirit of God, for they are foolishness to him, and he cannot understand them, because they are spiritually discerned" (1 Cor 2:14)
In Shimon Edleman’s The Happiness of Pursuit, the Cornell psychology professor finds that we are happiest when we are in pursuit of our goals, not necessarily after we reach them.
Journalist, Richard J. Needham once said, "Strong people make as many ghastly mistakes as weak people. The difference is that strong people admit them, laugh at them, learn from them. That is how they become strong."
“If you’re rich, but not generous,
you’re actually poor.” -McRae Acuff
If your money becomes your sense of self worth, you’re poor.
If your money becomes your identity, you’re poor.
If your money becomes your reason to live, you’re poor.
Is it possible that we dream too small? Have our goals become less than impressive? When did we become tired Christians, operating from a place of less faith and power than the world? -Pastor Steven Furtick