- The Rise of the New Groupthink: Speaking for introverts everywhere, this one’s a must read – “Research strongly suggests that people are more creative when they enjoy privacy and freedom from interruption. And the most spectacularly creative people in many fields are often introverted.”
- How to Build Unity in Your Church: “You need to plant yourself in a local church. Why? Because you need the gifts of the Christians there and they need your gifts. There is a church that is incomplete without you and you are incomplete without that church.”
- A No Win Scenario: “There are some times in which there simply is no good way to translate a verse. No matter how hard you try, there will always be some ambiguity.”
- The Power of Asking the Right Question: “Questions are powerful tools. They can ignite hope and lead to new insights. They can also destroy hope and keep us struck in bad assumptions.”
- An article at the Atlantic argues that gay-marriage opponents rely on a logical fallacy, they “beg the question” by failing to offer a compelling explanation of why “marriage” has to be between a man and a woman.
- A man attempted to rob a store with just a bullet. I’m sure you can guess how that turned out
Just for Fun
- And here are Employees’ Most Outrageous “Late” Excuses. My personal favorite: “Employee’s leg was trapped between a subway car and the platform (turned out to be true).”