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Our predicament – losing sight of what’s important

By Dave Henning / July 12, 2018

“This is our predicament.  Over and over again, we lose sight of what is important and what isn’t.”- Epictetus, Greek Stoic philosopher (c.55AD-135AD) In Chapter 1 (“Learn Rule #1) of When the Game is Over, It All Goes Back in the Box, John Ortberg describes the time he finally beat his competitive grandmother in Monopoly.  […]


Warning lights- life’s dashboard

By Dave Henning / August 26, 2016

“We can disregard most warning lights in our lives for a while.  In fact, they can blink so often we come to see them as normal- and we ignore them.  Then one day that area of our life shuts down . . .”- Dr. Wayne Stiles As Wayne Stiles concludes Chapter 7 of Waiting on […]


Forgiving ourselves

By Dave Henning / March 28, 2016

In Chapter 12 (“Buried Under Rocks of Regret- When the Person You Need to Forgive is You”) of How to Forgive, June Hunt states that, surprisingly, forgiving ourselves is not always easy to do.  It may even be more difficult than forgiving others. Ms. Hunt uses the powerful acrostic F-O-R-G-I-V-E-N to help you deal positively […]

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