There comes a time to move. It usually happens unscheduled, unanticipated, and never at a convenient moment.
We always have our reasons to stay… comfort, fear of the unknown, huge challenges, but it’s time to advance anyway.
The best-kept secret about predators is their fear. Predators live in constant fear. They fear being attacked. They attack because of hunger—fear of starvation. So, if you advance against a predator, it is more likely to stand down.
Advancing can be an attack, but also winning the enemy’s friendship. Sometimes advancing is the safe thing. Those who have advanced before usually know. · · · →
The Game You’ll Lose
You win the game you know best. You know the game you play best.
Most fathers in America know more about the rules of football than the rules of the House and Senate. Christians banter about the rules for attending Sunday morning more than the rules for knowing what ancient literature does and does not mean. Unions march to get more money for the same work rather decisions to ensure long-term job existence. Companies complain about cost and pay for marketing rather than focusing on quality.
At this rate, Asia and Russia will takeover our country. Oops, they already have.
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Trump the Catalyst
While the Establishment politicians and pundits argue over Trump’s electability, what other sectors of society is Trump affecting?
Trump made money in real estate, clothing, media, and investment. Now, as a rookie, he is dominating veteran politics.
Electability aside, Trump is emboldening sympathizers and enraging opposition. His support only swells.
Whether or not Trump becomes the next President, Americans are being seen for who they are. Those with potential are stepping up their game. Dissenters are becoming so angry that they can’t think straight, alienating, miscalculating, self-destructing, and spilling their beans.
Revival is already here. It arrived with Trump’s announcement. · · · →
Call me different, but I did blog quite a bit about lions one month ago when I learned about “A Lion Called Christian”. And I did look into history to see that the stars-n-bars flag isn’t actually the Confederate flag.
Yes, poaching and racism are problems. But if the public allows the TV to schedule public outcry, then we have a new form of slavery. The very existence of the KKK is a much bigger problem than the stars-n-bars flag. And the long-over-due “see I told ya’ so” over abortion is more important than any poached lion, Christian the Lion included. · · · →