What did I do to deserve this response? Very often, we dislike or get offended by someone’s behaviour towards us. Their responses seem unwarranted and we find ourselves compelled either, to simply swallow this show of crassness or to respond with a greater level of rudeness.
1) God is Love. We are not alone. God is in each one of us. 2) S/He who loves is godly. S/He who does not love is not godly. 3) True religion is going out of your way to help someone, and spending more than is comfortably affordable… money, understanding, and other efforts.4) True religion is charity of thoughts towards your
Family Business – Ducking the Real Issue. As Family Businesses grow and succeed, the problems the owner family deals with evolve and change. The usual cycle is to start with practical problems and then gradually (parallel to their levels of financial success), these tend to evolve towards the abstract. Abstract problems can
Salvation is argued and fought about world over. Why does one need to be saved? The drowning man screams for help. The beggar pleads for help. The sick cry out…why is salvation though, something that seems to be forced on us? What does it mean to be lost? Don’t
Are you still tied up in the shabby knots of your upbringing? It is terrible to see people stagnate in the wisdom of their formative years. It is sad to see them stuck in the goodness of knowledge and expectations that were applicable in their adolescence, and are obsolete in their prime. Mothers have learnt
Are you happy? Most people respond “Under the circumstances, yes.” The real circumstance that most of us live under though, is that we are being had. Our growing up, from infancy to adult hood, is really the story of our liberation from that which ‘had’ us, to us now ‘having’ it. Babies for example are
Today -1st November- is the 5th Anniversary of “The You Tomorrow”…my journey as a Coach and Family Business Facilitator. I’ve learnt that what makes a great family does not make a great team, but what makes a great person always makes a great leader. Great families have great leaders, and great teams need great