Monthly Archives: March 2008

Moving on up

“Riches bring temptations. But then so does poverty.” — Margaret Thatcher“ Many in today’s workforce are possessed with the whole sphere of raises and promotions. Who is getting them and who isn’t often dominates the office chatter. Some have left … Continue reading

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No excuses

Dr. Ben Carson is one of the few black pediatric neurosurgeons in the world. As the director of pediatric neurosurgery at John Hopkins Medical Institutions, he also a professor of oncology, pediatrics and neurosurgy He is a sought-after expert teacher … Continue reading

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Making every Friday a good one.

Like many of you, my company doesn’t let workers off early for Good Friday. And I’m not complaining. What most workplace faith commentators fail to recognize — is that true workplace faith actually transcends mere accommodation. One example is the … Continue reading

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Authority — a higher calling

Over at Philip Faustin’s Thoughts, there is an excellent post on the subject of authority. He says that authority is everywhere. Speed limits. Red lights. Rules. Regulations. Expectations. He’s self-employed and realizes that even in that his supposedly liberating work … Continue reading

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A seed bank on a remote Norwegian island in the Arctic Ocean opened in February, creating a repository of more than 100 million seeds representing every major food crop on Earth. The Svalbard Seed Vault contains seed samples from 268,000 … Continue reading

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