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There’s a story told about a particularly well-prepared fisherman. He was well versed in fishing technique. He had poles, nets, bait, and even a really nice boat, but this fisherman never caught anything. Not one fish. There’s no mystery as to why he never caught; he never went fishing. He had all of the knowledge…

Ready To Serve

 Unamuno, the Spanish philosopher, tells about the Roman aqueduct at Segovia, in his native Spain. It was built in 109 A.D. For 1,800 years, the aqueduct carried cool water from the mountains to the hot, thirsty city. Nearly 60 generations of men drank from its flow. Then came another generation, a recent one, that said,…


One of the most iconic stories of the Old Testament, and literature as a whole, is that of David and Goliath. What makes the story remarkable is how the different players saw themselves and God. David, a non-professional observer, looked at Goliath and saw the God of Israel as a giant and Goliath as a…

Habitual Honesty

You cannot talk about character without talking about habits. Character is the way you habitually act. For example, if you are honest only part of the time, or if you are honest only when you consciously choose to be honest, can you claim to have the character quality of integrity? Having integrity means you are…

Something Worth Living For!

A cheerful old man used to ask the same question of every new acquaintance with whom he had a conversation: “What are you doing that you believe in and you are proud of?” He liked to avoid conventional questions, such as “What do you do for a living?” It was always, “What are you doing…