All posts in " inattentional blindness "

With gratitude or for granted?

By Dave Henning / July 26, 2023

“Are you taking things for granted?  Or are you taking things with gratitude?. . .  What if we approached each day as an encore?  That’s what it is, isn’t it?  It never has been before and never will be again.  Gratitude is living each day like it’s the first day and last day of your […]


We take constants for granted

By Dave Henning / September 16, 2020

“We take constants for granted.  And that is a problem with God, if I may say it that way.  God is the ultimate constant.  He is unconditionally loving.  He is omnipotently powerful.  And He is eternally faithful.  God is so good at what He does that we tend to take Him for granted.”- Mark Batterson […]


Inattentional blindness

By Dave Henning / June 9, 2015

As Mark Batterson continues Chapter 2 (“Miraculous”) of The Grave Robber, he discusses an experiment conducted by two Harvard University researchers more than a decade ago.  Popularized in the book The Invisible Gorilla, the researchers filmed students passing basketballs around in a circle. In the middle of the minute-long video, a woman dressed in a gorilla […]

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