Monthly Archives: May 2015

Refugees III – We Are One

Theoretically I am back home, though it is tough to say for sure since I am posting this before I leave. With the effects of jet lag expected and no time to write while I was gone, I thought i should have something ready to go, so I held off on posting this song before […]

Greyfriars Abbey

I am away until the end of May. Until I get back I am re-posting some favourites so you don’t miss me too much. It is in what could be considered the middle of nowhere, definitely off the beaten track, though admittedly there were a lot more people around in the 13th century. In rural […]

Making Memories

I am away until the end of May. Until I get back I am re-posting some favourites so you don’t miss me too much. We were walking along the banks of the Thames River in London, England, near Parliament, when we came upon the three fishermen. Or perhaps that should be fisher boys as they […]

Give The People What They Want

I am away until the end of May. Until I get back I am re-posting some favourites so you don’t miss me too much. But the people refused to listen to Samuel. “No!” they said. “We want a king over us. Then we will be like all the other nations, with a king to lead […]

Overrated?

I am away until the end of May. Until I get back I am re-posting some favourites so you don’t miss me too much. A pilgrimage to see the Manneken Pis is a requirement for anyone visiting Brussels. The small statue is only 61 cm tall (two feet if you use Imperial measurements) and probably […]

Waiting On Juno Beach

I am away until the end of May. Until I get back I am re-posting some favourites so you don’t miss me too much. They knew it was coming. Not the exact date or time, but there was a sense of inevitability. One day they would look out of the bunker and the English Channel […]

Hard Fought Leadership Lessons

I am away until the end of May. Until I get back I am re-posting some favourites so you don’t miss me too much. This post was the most popular of a series I did about the 2014 Global Leadership Summit. Bill Hybels was the opening speaker, with a presentation titled “Hard Fought Leadership Lessons.” […]