In this season of enforced rest – “don’t travel,” “stay at home,” “maintain your social distance,” be careful, “the borders are closed” – we can either rail against the apparent injustice of it all or learn to ride the rhythm.
Four seconds spent badly results in 2.4 million seconds wasted. A story of an accident and its aftermath.
It’s not a good idea to attempt to flip an apple pie. It’s not a pancake. But despite the poor visual experience, it was all eaten.
Coincidence is “apparent mere chance,” but it is also a designable event of common incidence. What “coincidences” would be useful for you?
Along with many others, my late 2017 Apple MacBook Pro suffers from a problematic keyboard. While I have had the laptop since before Christmas last year, I haven’t used the keyboard very often, since it is usually connected to a large screen and external keyboard in the office. […]
The past two weeks have been the busiest of my year, and it has taken all the hours I have available in a day to get everything done. That’s what happens when multiple big projects go live at the same time – projects with tight timeframes that challenge […]
“Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you.” (Matthew 7:7) I was reminded of the simple truth of this verse today. I had an idea in mind for a client for 2018, and for […]
In recent years I have trained four of my children to drive (sometime soon we’ll be at the halfway point: four down, seven to go). For a couple I was the near solo teacher; for others, additional friends and family have helped too (for which I was very […]
Four years, one month, 11 days ago I was here. Waiting late one Saturday night in the midst of a quiet corridor outside the theatres at the hospital, sitting in an otherwise empty waiting room as one of my sons had his appendix removed. That operation took two […]
I have always loved sitting in the front row in a classroom, church service, conference presentation, and especially an airplane. Sitting in the front row allows unfiltered access to the speaker, with the distractions emanating from other people removed from sight. At university, it was the bored and […]