November 12, 2016

What you’ve faced might not always be reversible, but it is always redeemable. (Jessica Cain, blogger, photographer) When we experience difficult circumstances, whether physical pain, emotional stress, or other traumas, we often simply want...

November 11, 2016

What makes an idea worth spreading is not its novelty or scientific intrigue, but its ability to transform. (Tim Sprankle, American pastor) Sprankle also said, “Information [by itself] does not result in transformation because information is...

November 10, 2016

To be rich is to be content where you are and with what you have. (Jesse Deloe, writer, editor) The older and wiser we grow, the more we realize that having lots of “stuff” is not what it really means to be rich. Property and possessions can be...

November 9, 2016

Life is like a mirror—we get the best results when we smile at it. (Inspirational line) It’s very likely that most people start the day with a look in the mirror. It isn’t always a pleasant view, of course—sleep wrinkles, tangled up hair, bleary...

November 8, 2016

Everyone you will ever meet knows something you don’t. (Bill Nye, science educator known as “the Science Guy”) Thinking of people as Nye suggests would open up unlimited opportunities to learn. First, it requires a certain sense of humility...

#54 – Chaos in Detroit

#54 – Chaos in Detroit

The Detroit Auto Show was opened to the press on January 11, 1989. Detroit wanted to compete with the world-class auto shows in Frankfurt, Paris, and Tokyo. In an attempt to draw European and Japanese manufacturers and global press to the show...

November 7, 2016

The world is changed by your example, not by your opinion. (Paulo Coehlo, Brazilian lyricist and novelist) It’s probably not true of every society, but we’ve been hearing a lot lately from some highly opinionated people. (Example: election...

November 6, 2016

The moment humans value things, however intelligent, over people, they embark on the road to ruin. (Jonathan Sacks, British rabbi) What are the “things” we might value more than people? Surely not the passing, temporal stuff we play with...

November 5, 2016

Today is the tomorrow we worried about yesterday. (Dale Carnegie, 20th century American writer and lecturer) Do you remember yesterday? Perhaps it was a really difficult day, and you worried a lot about what its concerns would look like the next...

November 4, 2016

The greatest of faults, I should say, is to be conscious of none. (Thomas Carlyle, 19th century Scottish philosopher) Confession is really difficult for some people. They have a hard time admitting their mistakes. In their minds, they are never...

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