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seeking spiritual truth
From the Levaire Facebook page, a reader (Paul D) writes: Are you a Christian? I ask because you went to a Sadhguru event. Since when does one pay money to be liberated? Why is it secret? My response: Paul, I carry a Christian label, yes. However just because I vote Christian does not mean I have stopped seeking. I don't think just because I believe...
romans 8 5 review
There has been a little piece of scripture that’s been resonating with me lately. I’ve been turning it around in my head and comparing it to how I’ve lived my life. Here it is. From the Bible, Romans 8:5— 5 For those who live according to the flesh, set their minds on things of the flesh. For those who live...
you are not saved
Today at church, Pastor asked us for examples of things that separate us from God. Things like busy lives, self-absorption, erroneous beliefs about God (vindictive, fear-mongering), erroneous beliefs about our part in that relationship; these were the kinds of things presented by the audience. One of the items I would add to that list is the notion that--because you were...
employee rewards
© By Adrian Gostick and Chester Elton The Million-Dollar Question Is it ever too early to begin thanking your employees? Of course not. In fact, we recommend to start during the interview process. When you are hiring a new employee, ask the person to share her most memorable work-related recognition moment-when she was honored for above-and-beyond behavior. Not only is this a...
strategic planning
by Bryan Feller Strategic planning in most companies goes something like this: Take your best people, pull them out of the office for 2 days and develop a document that is as useful as the Spruce Goose – the plane that flew only 1000 feet then grounded forever. After the Spruce Goose fiasco, the engineers found the experience instructive—in what NOT...
carpenter and vagabond
I wrote this parable back in late 2010 as I was going through something of an identity crisis. I think it was around this year where I really began to question my chosen profession (web design). For the first time, web work was moving from something I loved to do to something I had to do. I realized I...

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