- Life Lessons
Not everything that counts can be counted
Dr. Charles Garfield once wrote: “Not everything that counts can be counted. Not everything that can be counted counts.”
Beware of what you take that is not yours
Sandra Newman-Bentley tells the story that as they were leaving the lobby of a hotel in which they were staying, their 3-year-old son looked down at the doormat with the hotel logo on it.
Eliminate the non-essentials
Lin Yutang tells us that besides the noble art of getting things done, there is the noble art of leaving things undone.
In life, you need to be both effective and efficient
Do you know the definitions of effectiveness and efficiency?
Be aware of this as you plan for 2014
In the New International Version, James 4: 13 - 14 says, "Now listen, you who say, “Today or tomorrow we will go to this or that city, spend a year there, carry on business and make money.”
Thoughts on Christmas and the season
Joseph Bayly wrote the following poem about Christmas:
Remember the reason for the season
"I too must sing, with joyful tongue,
That sweetest ancient cradle song"
Join me at the LOCC on Sunday mornings
John Wesley once said, “I want the whole Christ for my Savior, the whole Bible for my book, the whole Church for my fellowship, and the whole world for my mission field.”
Are you doing your duty?
The Connecticut House of Representatives was in session. And as some men fell down and others clamored for an immediate adjournment, the Speaker of the House, one Colonel Davenport, came to his feet.
The appearance of things may mask their truth
After his victory over Antony at Actuim Augustus Caesar came back to Rome in triumph.
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