Tag: choice

  • Are you willing to love your life?

    I’ve gotten a fresh round of criticism lately and most of it flows back to a single source: There are people so grumpy that it annoys them that I am happy. It’s as if we’ve grown so accustomed to whining about everything that we now have decided to whine about people who aren’t whining. Maybe […]

  • Social Currency

    “Why don’t they just fix it themselves?” If I had a dollar for every time someone said that to me about the people of Haiti I wouldn’t be $1700 short in my fundraising! There are a few answers to that question. At least from my über limited perspective. Haiti is so poor that they just […]

  • Picky, Picky

    Apparently contentment is not a Christian virtue anymore. If you hang out with Christians for any length of time, you’d think pickiness is a requirement of the faith. “I really wasn’t into the message on Sunday. I mean, 95% of it was cool… but he said something about fathers I didn’t agree with. So I tuned […]

  • New Skills

    A few times a weeks someone will introduce me by saying, “This is Adam, he’s a ____ [Joomla, WordPress, social media, start-up, online marketing, whatever else they think I’m good at, etc.] expert.” That makes me internally snort. I’m completely self-taught. I don’t know the academically correct way to do just about anything. Poverty is […]