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New relationships are beautiful because we can be a fresh version of what we want others to see. In many ways this is how two individuals may fall in love with each other. They show their best parts of themselves first. This is also true in the beginnings of a new work relationship, our redeeming qualities shine bright as we keep the less attractive side of us under lock and key. It’s… Read More

The power of transparency I read an interesting interpretation of what transparency means, Transparency in a process involves it being completely visible and open to scrutiny, so that it’s clear that nothing is being hidden. This sense of the word is especially used in the context of politicians, government agencies, and businesses and calls for them to be more transparent or increase their transparency. While the above is generally accepted as a… Read More

We can often get trapped in our circumstances and become blind to possibilities. Circumstances?, seeming facts or conditions connected with or relevant to an event or action. The problem with living under the burden of circumstances, we become tossed about like a tempestuous ocean, never feeling anchored about anything. If circumstances are favourable, we enjoy the moment like a flowering daisy, fortunate enough to glimpse the sun for a moment or two,… Read More

We are definitely living in testing times when it comes to believing the content on all manner of platforms. Everybody has something to say, but is anyone saying anything worthwhile? What is GOOD NEWS? It’s the information which gives us hope, confidence, encouragement, excitement that everything is going to be ok. There’s way too much negative stories that do the opposite and this information is what headlines are made of. If you… Read More

Outreach was always a natural gift On Sunday May 20th 1984, I had already been involved in a local church serving where I could for three years. I joined this particular church because of its youth focus, I was seventeen years old and full of energy. The church community were very prolific in street outreach and every Saturday night they had a rock concert in a dark hall with a capacity of… Read More

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