Monthly Archives: November 2023
What have you found? A pair of jeans? From 1966 to 1977, a parachurch organization launched an evangelical campaign named “I Found It!” Ten different types of media were used. Remember, this was before the Internet. Every other day, people … Continue reading
Tiagong the wannabe spawn of the devil has croaked, around the last week of September/first week of October. When I heard it yesterday, I greeted the hearsay with much jubilation. Let the celebrations begin, if confirmed.
Peter Drucker hated being called a “guru.” People used the word, he said, only because “charlatan” was too hard to spell. I am also wary of people who prefix their names with “Master” or refer to themselves as “Master” something … Continue reading
Thirty-nine years ago, at the tender ages of 27 and 26, we embarked on our journey into matrimony. It was a time of halcyon enchantment, where the cares of the world appeared distant and unreal. Those days, oh, how they … Continue reading
In the intricate dance of human interactions, the concept of “give and take” is a fundamental principle that underpins harmonious relationships and societal balance. At its core, this concept revolves around the reciprocity of actions and the understanding that every … Continue reading