Category: The Life-Charged Life

Struggle the good struggle

“This is a struggle, yes, but it’s still life and it’s still charged with light and goodness and peace and the gospel of love.” Monday afternoon my brother I got together with my Mum, my Dad, and my brother, Geoff for a cup of tea at their home in Sarasota. Here’s the image I captured…

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Slowing Down to Get More Done

Sometimes when there’s extra work to be done I end up starting out by doing even less. I know it sounds absurd, and completely impractical, but running headlong into a pile of deadlines is probably that last thing I need to do if I want to effectively clear my desk. I absolutely have to begin…

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Wondering about my signature…

Yesterday when I hurried away¬†from the Tampa Convention Center to grab my car and head home, I was surprised to find a rainy afternoon waiting for me in downtown Tampa. The cooling balm of the fresh shower seemed very appropriate in light of the keynote message I’d just covered for the Annual Conference of the…

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Why I Always Park on the Roof

Once in a while, as Great World Travelers will, our son – Andrew – makes his way to TPA (Tampa International Airport) and we enjoy a few days together. Yesterday evening his priority coded baggage rolled off literally first, and we headed up the Armstrong elevator to the 9th floor – the roof – where…

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