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Giving myself is the hard part

I’d like to introduce you to a few thoughts from Jay Link, an advisor to stewards for more than 20 years. Below, is a segment of his blog about Mother Teresa and our dedication to serving others.   Mother Teresa: A miserable failure and yet . . . “By our materialistic, American standards, Mother Teresa […]

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Important to do … but not now

  Me to my girls:  “When was the last time you wrote Macua (our sponsored child) a letter?” Silence. Me to my girls: “How about you make a card for Macua sometime today. Getting a card from you would really make her day, you know.” My reluctant writers Why is it that my two girls rarely […]

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How Can I Escape the Trap of More, More, More?

how much is enough?

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“You are now the proud owner of . . .”

This month my wife and I become the proud owners of our first home. Ta-dah! Aint she a beauty? A little late to ownership, perhaps, seeing how a 30 year mortgage means I could still be paying it off at age 72. (Happy thought indeed!) Still, it feels good to have that piece of the […]

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