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Leap Day

      2012 is a Leap Year.   Leap years are a means of attempting to synchronize the passage of time with the Gregorian calendar. A year in the Gregorian system lasts exactly 365.2425 days, necessitating the addition of one day every four years—leap ...


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Are You Home?

  I just returned from 2 weeks in Ethiopia and Kenya. The next several blog entries are observations, learning and Holy Spirit moments from my time there.      It’s inexplicable really. If you’ve been there, you know.   I’ve travelled to Africa nine times, ...


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Spending a Week With the Blessed

  I helped facilitate a retirement seminar this week where several hours were devoted to the subjects of deferred compensation (putting off income to the future because participants don’t need it today) and retirement plan withdrawals (how to distribute accumulated retirement savings in the most ...


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You Don’t Get a Second Chance to Make a First Impression

  What was your first impression of today?   When the alarm went off, what was your first thought? Was it “YES! I can’t wait to leap into the activities, appointments and agenda I have for today.”   Or, was it “OH-NO! I can’t believe ...


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