Archive for March 10th, 2008


Life is a seminar, and lifelong learners get more out of life. What lessons will you learn today? Who will your teachers be? You never know. Just be open to learning from everyone and every experience.

Thinking Influences Performance

One of the better-known quotes is, “Whether you think you can or think you can’t, you are probably right.” For a long time, it’s been accepted that your attitude plays a significant role in your success. Documented studies time after time have proved that attitudes are more important than facts and that it’s your attitude, […]

Not a Man Will Follow You

History records that in the first part of the 15th century, a young French peasant girl, Joan of Arc, was called to save her country from its enemies. There was something about her that endeared her to her followers and caused them to have a respect — almost a reverence, an awe — for what […]

John 7:40-53

G O S P E L It is always possible to twist words around and make them support a particular argument as long as it is not too far-fetched. It seems that the leaders of Israel in Jesus’ time were quite good at this. The Pharisees were capable of coming up with Scripture texts to […]

Jeremiah 11:18-20

Jeremiah recognizes that he has many earthly enemies who are scheming against him. What he does, admittedly after much complaining, is put his trust in God. He leaves it to God to vindicate him. One of the big mistakes people often make is that they seek to bring about their own vindication. Often, this takes […]

the perennial Question of sufferinG

The problem of suffering is as old as human thought. It does not take a very smart person to realize that there is something very mysterious and inexplicable why good people suffer. Perhaps it is not so much a matter of understanding why the good suffer, but working out what our individual responses to suffering […]


“No one ever spoke like this man.” – John 7:46 In 1998, I went to Rome for the canonization of St. Eugene de Mazenod, founder of the Oblates of Mary Immaculate. St. Peter’s Square was abuzz with excitement. People of different nationalities milled around, smiling and chatting with new friends. Hearing people speak in various […]



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