Think about it. Lyrics. Books. Magazines. Advertising. News coverage. Politics. Press conferences. Court rooms. Films. Television writing. The internet. Speeches. Sermons. Counsel. Conversations. Arguments. Poisonous, crushing words. Elevating words. Personal, internal speak. Prayer.
If Albert Einstein cannot be considered a genius, who can? Yet, he said, “I have no special gift. I am only passionately curious.” There it is. Passion and curiosity.
The Church should be the most curious, imaginative, creative place on the planet. After all, the Spirit of the Creator lives within the people of God.
Blend your coffee with grass-fed butter instead of creamer. Yes, get the good stuff … Kerrygold unsalted butter.
I think Big Food is concerned about maybe two things:
- Does it taste good for the masses?
- No matter what (antibiotics, growth hormones, high fructose corn syrup, chemicals), how can we balloon the profit margin?
Weary of being barked at, marketed to, sold a bill of goods, and generally jerked around for someone else’s agenda? Me too. It’s a good day when you start to tell yourself … I’m not a part of the “hoi polloi”—the masses, the rank and file, the sheeple.
Here’s an insight from biology and anatomy that we can apply to any area of life and work …
There is potential in making a quality decision … is life asking you to make a strong decision about something? It can be large or small. What do you need to commit to? And what could happen if you became bold about it?