Making Everyone Happy

You’ve probably heard the phrase, “You can’t make everyone happy.” Someone said that to me this week, and it triggered my reflection about their motive for making that statement. You see, it was pretty evident they were hungry for approval. Their quest to please others was really a reflection of their need for love andContinue reading “Making Everyone Happy”

The Neighbor Economy

The Neighbor Economy is a free market, freewill system characterized by a spontaneous, decentralized decisions through which individuals invest in a joyful heart and return generosity to meet the needs of others. It’s a perpetual cycle of joy, generosity, gratitude and grace. Joy In the context of the Neighbor Economy, joy is not a functionContinue reading “The Neighbor Economy”

Today is the Only Day We Have

If we get relationships wrong, nothing else matters. Relationships are the engine of God’s transformative work in us. Here are some relational best practices, no matter your race, creed, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression, age, height, weight, physical or mental ability, veteran status, military obligations, and marital status: It’s notContinue reading “Today is the Only Day We Have”