just saw a great movie, 13 Conversations about 1 Thing.. I love dialogue! I think it was a real portrayal of a slice of life, and so it feels true of what life is like not just in the city, but everywhere [ . . . ]
had a toothache this afternoon, after getting something lodged in between my left upper molars, only from eating pho.. wouldn’t think of that as being so bothersome, but this one sure was.. flossed several times, and was distracted for hours.. somehow a [ . . . ]
recent thought on leadership, as I was wondering about the lack of leaders, and all the buzz about the lack of leaders, and need for leadership development, across the board everywhere, and most glaringly among Asian Americans as well.. now leadership has [ . . . ]
this weekend is Houston Texas.. arrived this evening, and had good conversation with an ol’ seminary friend, who has been pastoring about 9 years now in West Houston.. each ministry leader has an unique calling, and the finesse that many don’t seem [ . . . ]
Do you think people are living life to live life, or do you think most people have a dream that they’re passionate pursuing? Fill in this short online survey on passion that a friend and I put together, and fill it in, [ . . . ]
Question> during one of our discussions, we got into the crucification of christ. did the forgiveness of sins for all ppl occur on the cross, and now man must either accept that forgiveness or not? or does the forgiveness occur at the [ . . . ]
archive.org The Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine allows you to surf the web as it was, days or months or years ago.. fascinating!
Myvesta.org programs for getting out of debt; Factoid: In late 2001, American households kept an average of six credit cards, carrying a total average balance that one survey calculated at $8,562.
I’m of the persuasion that I can’t have too many friends. Friendship is the language of love, and the language of crossing cultures, and global diplomacy, and effective evangelism. Contrast:: I’m not like Mike. This Washington Post article, “Gambling Man: The Thrill [ . . . ]