Quite incidentally and unknowingly, mimicking professional golfer’s swings when we were kids, we stumbled into a key step in the habit formation process. Naming a particular swing or move the “Nicklaus” or “Trevino” or even something simple like “blue” enables the brain a way to cement the swing in memory. The same works when trying […]
Don’t Believe …along the roadside of your belief the advertisers, the marketers, the profiteers of misdirection, the snake oil salesman’s pitch. …on the cobbled row of wise men those most to be pitied— the sleepers, doubters, skeptics, naysayers, deniers or a certain man’s shadowed hanging form. …on highways of jeering crowds your bottom line
Without his parent’s permission, young Jimmy Ward at the ripe age of fourteen, feeling cocky upon entering high school, decided to invite a buddy over to his house after school. No mischief existed in his mind, but then, at fourteen sometimes things can just happen with no forethought or knowledge as to how it happened.
Taking a daily walk has become my routine. When I’m not able because either life or weather or N’s to-do-list is interfering, withdrawal sets in and manifests in grumbled words. The other morning when I was praying, asking God to open me to my unconfessed sin, I realized I was not yet fully living in