Monthly Archives: July 2018

It’s Time to Get Up!

The story is told that Winston Churchill had planned his funeral, which took place at Saint Paul’s Cathedral. He included many of the great hymns of the church and used the eloquent Anglican liturgy. At his direction, a bugler, positioned … Continue reading

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Judging: Seeing the Bigger Picture

An economist was asked to talk to a group of business people about the recession. She tacked up a big sheet of white paper. Then she made a black spot on the paper with her pencil and asked a man … Continue reading

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A Question of Curiosity

I was curious to know what has been said or written about curiosity. I inquired online and also searched my library. One of the first thoughts that came to mind was the old saying, “Curiosity killed the cat; satisfaction brought … Continue reading

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The Value of Vision

There was a cartoon that showed two Eskimos fishing through holes in the ice. One has dropped his fishing line into a typical round hole about the size of a manhole cover. The other man dropped his line in the … Continue reading

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