There is a lot of negativity going around in that environment. It is as if a cycle operates with following key points. Something bad happens; someone highlights the bad that happened; someone else emphasises the highlights of the bad that happened; someone else chips in with analysis on the emphasised highlights of the bad thing […]Read More Delightfully Unexpected
The light that shines and helps us make the most of the present also does wonders for other parts of the journey. There was that episode that took place where my friend had gone through a really tough time as he was moving on from one job to another. He felt the cold shoulder from […]Read More Things Are Shaping Up: In The Right Light
Stumbling and fumbling and bumbling around. Not having a clue what to do, not having a clue where I’m going, not having a clue about anything except for the apparent need to do something or else I’m not really alive. For all that, though, it’s still just stumbling and fumbling and bumbling. Anything good or […]Read More Focus On The Light To Lead The Way
History fascinates me. Not all of history. Some bits of history leave me with the glazed eyes of a man who is effectively forgetting everything that is being presented to him. There are some parts of history that I am very intrigued by. My interest in history was instigated by the Bible. My Mum did […]Read More Something On Selective History
Movement, activity and events. These are important ways in which stories unfold. Important as they are, what makes a story compelling to me are the characters involved. I can understand how action set-pieces have captured the imagination of some. The level of them and their impact on a story can raise the expectation and excitement […]Read More Character Drives The Story
One of the encouraging things that came across in his speech on endurance, was how focusing on Jesus would help us to endure. It was particularly appropriate having heard about Jesus being the author and finisher of our faith. If we can focus on Him, He is sure to help us endure. He gives us […]Read More What Did He Say?
It wasn’t warm, something appeared to be wrong with the radiators in the room. It looked like another job for someone to come out and look at. That should have been the last straw. It would have been if it wasn’t for the article. In it a middle aged man shared the anxiety, depression and […]Read More One More Day