Businesses are founded by creative people. Let’s agree on that, the only reason a business survives, any business, is because someone found a new way to solve a problem. (If we give a creative person paint, we call him an… Continue reading
A week ago, if you’d have bet me a million dollars that I would get hooked on a British TV series about household servants in an English manor set in the early twentieth century, I’d have taken the bet. But,… Continue reading
I’ve learned a valuable lesson about the wisdom of accepting God’s will. Sometimes, the thing you should accept is that you have the ability to fight. Passive acceptance is a nice theory that might work for certain saints and yogis.… Continue reading
So, my friends, we’ve come to the end of 2012 and begun to set goals for 2013. And; I have decided to fix a major glitch in my professional life. Due to some overly cautious and waffling corporate people, I… Continue reading
I have friends who are professional chefs. Formally trained and kitchen battle tested, they know what ingredients work together and why. They get paid not just to cook, but to create.
Mom’s are great cooks too, but we don’t call… Continue reading
Actual rant, overheard at convention center food court:
“Hey, HEY! I want my money back. YOU!!! Yes, do you understand English God damn it? Take back your damn hot dog! You have watery mustard and that won’t cut it. …… Continue reading
Are we ever redeemed? No matter how hard we try, do we ever really overcome our base nature? Our sins, are they really ever forgiven?
As I begin to exit middle age and enter whatever we are going to call… Continue reading
“This is supposed to be fun, what am I doing? I could be taking a nap on the couch in front of a football game right now.”
That is my quitting point, what is yours? When it comes to doing… Continue reading
On Social Media today, there is much nashing of teeth by Christians who have seen their candidate lose. Those who claimed to have the moral imperative are distraught by President Obama’s victory, there is no shortage of lamentation and hope… Continue reading
“I’m sorry, you are moving on to the next steps and I don’t have the ones you just explained,” I said to the retired guy teaching the group dance lesson we’d signed up for.
“Well, just do the best you… Continue reading
I’ve spent the last week going to work earlier than usual and heading out in the afternoon to landscape my yard, back breaking and borderline tedious work that made me… happy. There’s something about a creative project that engages you,… Continue reading