Crumbs

He replied, “It is not right to take the children’s bread and toss it to the dogs.”

“Yes it is, Lord,” she said. “Even the dogs eat the crumbs that fall from their master’s table.”

Blood and Love

Here's a great one. I asked my nine-year-old daughter how she knows that she's not a robot. Without hesitation, and with a smarminess that told me she thought the question was stupid, she blurted out "I'm made of blood and love. No robot is made of blood and love!"...

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The Power of Story

If you can get through this story without being touched then, brother or sister, you are made of different stuff than I.

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What Do Your Socks Say About You?

Do you read Seth Godin's wonderful blog? You should. Recently he posted about how humankind emerged and developed in groups long before symbolic language evolved. He extrapolates from this that we are hard-wired to respond to much more than vocal communication. It's...

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Nature Never Stops and Nature Wins

Here's a photo I took while staying at a downtown motel. Across the street, probably 150 feet up, a seed made its way to some little cranny. Do you see it? Probably a bird pooped it but such is nature. Nature will always win. There will be a day when these buildings...

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