Tag Archives: Psychology

Identity Theft

It was intentional; with purpose, that you were created with a certain set of personality traits and intelligences. The identity in your design was no mistake. To allow that identity to be compromised WOULD be a mistake. Continue reading

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Perspective

How we see things is determined by our perspective.  For instance, you can’t tell how long a pencil is if you’re staring at it from the eraser end.  You also cannot tell how large a room is if you’re sitting … Continue reading

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Narcissi

Nemesis, the goddess of revenge, learns of Narcissus’ self-centered cruelty and lures Narcissus to a pool where he drinks, then sees, and falls deeply in love with “all the things for which he himself is admired.” Continue reading

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Stewardship

Stewardship is more than most people think it is.  Part of stewardship does involve how you handle your money or treat the environment, but it’s about SO much more than that.  Stewardship is the act of being the responsible and … Continue reading

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Teachable Moments

The calendar tells me there are still 4 more weeks of summer.  Alice Cooper’s “School’s Out” is still playing in my head.  The mercury in the little glass tube still says “summer”.  County fairs are still in full swing all … Continue reading

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