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Book Notes: The High Price Of Materialism

In The High Price Of Materilism, researcher Tim Kasser compiles decades of research – his and others’ – to define “materialism”, make a case for what might cause it, and prove its negative impact on us, our families and whole societies. People whose values center around materialism – the accumulation… Read More

Practicing His Presence: Extremely Passionate

Recently, I stumbled onto a list of “Christian classics” and decided to read them all. To read them all. Because I have a hard time doing anything in moderation. I was doing great at first. I loved the first few books on the list. Then I started in on The… Read More

One Thing That Made Me A Better Husband, Parent & Worker

There’s no shortage of resources for the self-obsessed. Are you a D, I, S, or C? An INTJ or an ESTJ? A beaver or a lion?

I’m a little cynical and a lot skeptical about it all. Can you tell?

I’ve taken all these tests – against my will – and walked away from each with a new label and little else. But Strengths Finder 2.0 actually helped me immediately in very practical ways. View Post