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人生旅途中的每一个体验和发现,都是值得收藏和分享的宝藏. / Every discovery and experience in life journey are the treasure of life, and it is worth to keep and share.

神在我么身上找。。。

荒漠甘泉
12月12日

“我离世的时候到了。那美好的仗我已经打过了。当跑的路我已经跑尽了。所信的道我已经守住了。。”(提后4:6-7)

军人到了年老在家退休的时候,最喜欢谈战场上的经历,也最喜欢把他们的伤痕指给人看;我们也是这样,当我们到了天家的时候,一定也最喜欢述说神的良善,神的信实,神怎样带领我们经过路上一切的试炼。我们喜不喜欢站在穿白衣的中间,听见说,“这些人——除了一个——都是从大患难中出来的”呢? Continue reading “神在我么身上找。。。”

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Criticism

Criticism, like rain, should be gentle enough to nourish a man’s growth without destroying his roots. – Frank A. Clark

Reminder for BIG and small

Everyone is trying to accomplish something big, not realizing that life is made up of little things. – – – Frank A. Clark

The growth & comfort source of life journey

We find comfort among those who agree with us – growth among those who don’t.
– – – Frank A. Clark

Rethink about health care

Weve put more effort into helping folks reach old age than into helping them enjoy it.” – Frank A. Clark

忧虑

忧虑并不能帮助你解决内心所担心的事情,它是一种漫无方向的想望。当你信靠上帝来供应自己所需的一切时,就是对祂表达出信心与盼望。若一心只繫著某件事情,盼望它能成就,这就是忧虑- – – – – 是漫无目的的盼望。有盼望却没有可供寄托盼望的那一位,这根本就不是盼望,而是绝望。

宝藏取自:《耶稣会怎么做?》94页

Percentage

Ten percent luck,
twenty percent skill
Fifteen percent concentrated power of will
Five percent pleasure,
fifty percent pain

And a hundred percent reason to remember the name

1,500 PEOPLE GIVE ALL THE RELATIONSHIP ADVICE YOU’LL EVER NEED

Hey, guess what? I got married two weeks ago. And like most people, I asked some of the older and wiser folks around me for a couple quick words of relationship advice from their own marriages to make sure my wife and I didn’t shit the (same) bed. I think most newlyweds do this — ask for relationship advice, I mean, not shit the same bed part — especially after a few cocktails from the open bar they just paid way too much money for.

But, of course, not being satisfied with just a few wise words, I had to take it a step further. Continue reading “1,500 PEOPLE GIVE ALL THE RELATIONSHIP ADVICE YOU’LL EVER NEED”

Simon Sinek: How to write the perfect want ad

Writing the perfect want ad has a structure and  it follows The Golden Circle.  Why – How – What.

First I asked rhetorical questions trying to connect my Why with the Why of those reading the ad.  My Why is to inspire people to do the things that inspire them so that, together, we can change the world. Anyone who doesn’t want to change the world and who doesn’t believe in the power of inspiration won’t like working for me.  The title of my ad alone will appeal to those who do. Continue reading “Simon Sinek: How to write the perfect want ad”

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