Monthly Archives: May 2011

Is Anyone There?

I just finished reading Nancy Rue’s latest novel, Pascal’s Wager. Nancy is a great writer, and I thoroughly enjoyed the book. She has a wonderful, understated sense of humour and I found myself laughing out loud often. One of my … Continue reading

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Obstacles? What Obstacles?

I can’t think of another person whose attitude is more inspiring than that of Nick Vujicic. Nick was born with no arms and no legs, but he aspires, and really seems to, live a life with no limits. Whenever I watch him … Continue reading

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Walking on Water (Would Have Been Good)

Well, if the humble inherit the earth, I think I might have acquired a fair chunk of real estate yesterday. I have a pretty well established comfort zone. Essentially that is at home, in front of my computer, surrounded by … Continue reading

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Less Really is More

I’ve been thinking about stuff lately. As in, the clutter that can be found in (or, to be more accurate, spilling out of) every cupboard, drawer, shelf, and corner of my house, in spite of my best intentions and innumerable … Continue reading

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Nevah, Nevah, Nevah Give Up!

I’m sure most of you either remember when the following event occurred, or have since seen the video, but as I launch the Friday posts featuring people who have overcome tremendous obstacles to achieve their goals or dreams, there was … Continue reading

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Radio Interview!

My interview on Ruth Coghill’s wonderful program, Words to Inspire with Seasoned with Salt on Faith FM 93.4, is now available to listen to. You can hear it at http://www.seasonedwithsalt.net/WTI04072011.mp3. The experience was new and a bit (okay, more than … Continue reading

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Best Movie Tagline Ever!

They were designed to scare us. And they did, in a big way. The words “We Are Not Alone” on the movie posters were enough to send chills of apprehension and anticipation up the spines of movie-goers in the ‘70s, … Continue reading

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