There’s a story told of a preacher who was preaching a message about the fact that no one is perfect.
To prove his point he asked for anyone who was perfect to stand up. To his surprise, one man stood up in the middle of the congregation.
“Do you really think you’re perfect?” The preacher asked. Continue reading
The late Dr. Norman Vincent Peale, known for his best-selling book The Power of Positive Thinking, once related this humorous incident.
Following one of his speeches he was shaking hands and greeting people when he noticed a woman looking at him with a steady gaze. Finally, he went over to her and asked, “Madam, did you want to speak to me?”
“Hello, Norman,” she said. “Don’t you remember me?”
“Well, you have a familiar look,” Peale replied. “But I can’t place you.” Continue reading
Yesterday was an exciting beginning to the NCAA basketball tournament. There were upsets. Overtimes. Controversial calls. One point victories. And heart breaking losses.
The outcome of each game was important to their, players, coaches and fans. Yet in the midst of the adrenalin rush of these nail-biting contests, I am reminded of a statement by the late and legendary UCLA coach, John Wooden. Continue reading
We are now moving forward into my favorite time of year. No, not winter! Not Christmas! Basketball season! I like other sports. And watch other sports. But basketball is the best. I won’t even argue the point here. You know it is! Continue reading