Archive for July, 2006

Are You Guilty?

Posted: 24th July 2006 by Glenda (and Jack) in communication
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     Imagine someone is speaking to you in a conversation. . . .      Do you stop what you are doing and give the person your undivided attention? Are you thinking about your response while the person is still talking? Do you interject your views when the other person is speaking (interrupt)? Do you […]

Paying for Answered Prayers?

Posted: 21st July 2006 by Glenda (and Jack) in listening
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  What if you could pay an amount easily affordable to have your prayers answered? Of course, it is a heretical thought because the price has already been paid. Yet, imagine you made a list of prayers and were able to drop some coins, chickens, shocks of grain, whatever is easy for you into a […]

Rude People–Should We Ever Be Rude?

Posted: 14th July 2006 by Glenda (and Jack) in communication

  I’ve always been curious about the case of Dr. Terry Bennett. He’s the doctor accused and sued by some of his patients as being too rude in what he says to them. Dr. Bennett denies some of the claims. There’s no way the public is going to know if, or how many of, the […]

Ears Are Not Just for Hearing

Posted: 5th July 2006 by Glenda (and Jack) in communication
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   Yes, I always wear some sort of earring, but that’s not what I’m talking about. What’s the opposite of talking? Listening. “Yeah, I hear you.” No! Hearing and listening aren’t the same. Hearing is a physiological process that happens because of the way God created ears. We can “tune-out” sounds. Sometimes when I’m home […]

What Comes from the Heart Makes the Person

Posted: 3rd July 2006 by Glenda (and Jack) in communication, influence
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  Clothes aren’t the only things that tell a lot about us. Words come from our hearts to leave us beautifully adorned or pitifully ‘without.’ ~ Mark Twain   ~ Glenda

Talking Yourself into Being Tired

Posted: 2nd July 2006 by Glenda (and Jack) in motivation, organization
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   Do you always talk about what you are wanting to do going to do about to do planning to do studying to do? People often talk about the same goals over and over, yet nothing gets done about them. It’s all talk. Future tense. Immense energy is spent without accomplishing anything. Instead of making […]

What Kind of Words Do You Wear?

Posted: 1st July 2006 by Glenda (and Jack) in communication
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Sometimes we need new clothes, but sometimes it’s what’s in the clothes that needs freshening up a bit.   ~ Glenda