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  • Hakuna Matata

    In Italy, nativity scenes can be found everywhere — in shops, businesses, and of course churches. If you are vigilant, you’ll even find them tucked into window wells, behind iron bars. What I love about this nativity is that a child inserted a toy into the scene.   Read More...

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    Fish and Loaves

    When I shared with my wife that I would be presenting to a group of 15 at a leadership symposium, I must have sounded disappointed. I spend many hours preparing for speaking opportunities; 15 seemed like such a small group. For several years I’ve follow a path of writing and speaking as a business development, lead generation, and influence building strategy.   Read More...

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    Every Moment is Sacred

    We had just bowed our heads to pray, thanking God for the good and bad that had happened that day. I sensed movement as our server passed our table, turning and waiting behind a pole several feet away. As I said "Amen" and looked up, he returned with our drinks and said "I never want to interrupt a sacred moment." Without thinking too much of it, I replied "They're all sacred." He paused and acknowledged that fact.   Read More...

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    Washing Feet, Shining Souls

    In a side cove of the lobby in the St. Louis Hilton sits a shoe shine stand. It is a quiet time of the day— between check out and check in—when conferences are in session and guests are busy visiting the city.   Read More...

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    Half Full or Half Empty?

    Not too long ago, during a lively conversation with a colleague, he emphatically stated “You’re an idealist. You see the world as it ought to be." Not that I would disagree, but I don’t think he knows me well enough to completely understand my perspective. if I were truly an idealist, I would not be able to see the world as it really is.   Read More...

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