In this ‘age of the app’ almost all of us can now be publicly rated and ranked – and it’s not healthy. Here’s some ways we can respond.
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Our God is whatever our ‘ultimate concern’ is—the prime thing we try to get meaning and purpose from: be it money, success, family, or a political ideology.
‘Wintering’ is a word for those times when life turns cold, through crisis or loss, and we find ourselves living at a slower pace to everyone else.
Along with kindness and generosity, humility may be our most-cited quality of a good person. But it hasn’t always been considered a virtue.
Too many of us are taking on the task of interpreting medical and public health data and procedures we have no knowledge about.
Whether we’re renovating a house, starting a side business, writing a book or launching a new mission, adventures of all kinds keep our heart beating.