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Capitalism's Salt

Of all economic systems, capitalism has the most capacity for human prosperity. However, implicit to it's promise is operating within a cultural framework that abounds in certain virtues, namely trust, honesty, commitment and accountability. As with any system that relies…

The Problem of Why

In his book, The Problem of Pain, C.S. Lewis says that pain plays an important role in the development of human character. Pain may lead someone to repent, but it also may lead them to bitterness. Hell exists for those…

A Rhythm to Life

There's a rhythm to life, a strong, regular, repeated pattern of doing the right thing at the right time. Every minute of every day, we are either in or out of rhythm. I gained a true appreciation for this a…

Savor Today

With an unreconciled past and uncertain future, we have a tendency to be unappreciative in the present. A common result of such ingratitude is conformance with what we think society wants us to do, which grinds us into something we…

Live Generously

I have an amazing 12-year old daughter. She is the most generous person I know. It comes natural to her. She doesn't give based on reason. In fact, many of her acts of kindness are illogical to her peers and…

Revealing Motive

There is a motive behind everything we say or do. Even if not consciously aware, we're impelled by our subconscious mind to speak or act. Nonetheless, hindsight always reveals it. By understanding why you say what you say, and what…

Working While You Wait

How long is too long to wait for something? When you think about it, stress is caused by our inability to wait. Stress does not get thrown onto us. In effect, we choose stress by being impatient. Write the following…

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