Experience teaches.. but those who take correction

It’s said experience is the best teacher. If you enroll for these practical lessons, you will mostly likely fail at many tests. Your success depends on how you will respond to the failure. Thomas Edison is an inspiration when it comes to trying again as many times as it takes to succeed even in the face of devastating failure. So “WE EITHER WIN OR WE … Continue reading Experience teaches.. but those who take correction

Random 5 – I like what these musicians do

I am one of those people who listen to a single track over and over, even for continueous months. It is difficult for me to find the right track because my exposure to new music is limited. I also find it hard to pick someone as my favorite artist but there are people whose works have consistently appealed to me. In sharing this, I am … Continue reading Random 5 – I like what these musicians do

THE EMPTINESS THAT PUSHES BACK

Is working in a public place an opportunity for networking? Could teachers be as influential as pastors? There are times when you lean back and assess both your progress and your options. We work with diverse motivations. The most obvious reason for our work is “the things that money can buy”. When you choose between two or more jobs you begin to realise that there … Continue reading THE EMPTINESS THAT PUSHES BACK

Getting the best of people (1) – Dealing with disappointments

I have come to appreciate each individual’s uniqueness as God’s way of distributing gifts and delegating duties. I also see our similarities as a God given reason to love one another as we love the self.  When I was in my early teens my parents read me various books. My Dad always wanted to impart wisdom and one of the statements he read me several … Continue reading Getting the best of people (1) – Dealing with disappointments