Monthly Archives: November 2011

How to Quarrel

Remember, it takes at least two people to carry on a quarrel. It’s difficult to remember in the heat of a disagreement that it takes two to quarrel. It may help to remember that no one can disagree with you … Continue reading

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How much do we spend on Christmas?

  Dear Friend, On average, the Western consumer spends over $500 on Christmas. This year, consider using a portion of this to reach a lost and dying world.   Providing security in hostile environments     This unique gift changed … Continue reading

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How a Leader Asks Someone to Do Something

When you ask another person to do something, it may help both him and you if you tell him what to do, why he should do it, when he should do it, where he should do it, and how he … Continue reading

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A Christian Plot for Domination?

Michele Bachmann and Rick Perry aren’t just devout—both have deep ties to a fringe fundamentalist movement known as Dominionism, which says Christians should rule the world. by Michelle Goldberg  | August 14, 2011 10:51 PM EDT With Tim Pawlenty out … Continue reading

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Your Tone and Your Words

Remember that the tone of your voice often conveys more accurately what is in your mind than do your words. In a moment of conflict, a suggestion or compromise can salvage a threatened working relationship. A discouraged employee can be … Continue reading

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Obama is NOT a brown skinned anti-war socialist…

“Obama is NOT a brown skinned anti-war socialist who gives away free health care… You’re thinking of Jesus.”  

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Harmony Here, There, Everywhere but Here

There is harmony throughout the universe in everything except human relationships. Our universe is characterized by order and harmony, yet we human beings must constantly struggle to achieve the same characteristics in our relationships. In fact, human beings seem to … Continue reading

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