Monthly Archives: March 2011

“Great” Expectations

About a week ago I began a blog posting about the expectations we have towards friends and aquaintances in our lives. After working on it for over an hour, I went to another tab in my internet
browser and lost the whole story. I was pretty bummed at the time and thought perhaps it was a topic that I was not supposed to broach. At the time I felt as though it was perhaps one of the most
coherent things I had written in quite some time.

A couple of days later, I …
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Our Stories

“A story is a character who wants something and overcomes conflict to get it.” Donald Miller, from “A Million Miles in a Thousand Years”.

Having just read the aforementioned book I am now prone to wild swings of the imagination in how we can edit our own lives into a story that seems a little more purposeful and productive in a
creative and beneficial way.

Not that our lives are like a well written novel or movie where every scene has been written for maximum impact and plot …
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