Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was, without a doubt, a great leader.
But he was a great follower first.
Oh, elections. They do bring out our rhetorical best, don’t they? Surely you’ve heard (or maybe thought) this recently: “Well, if Candidate X wins this election, I’m moving to Canada!”
I have watched the movie Selena many, many times.
Few things in life are as frustrating as a terrible job.
Love is a pretty big deal.
When I moved overseas, I joined the first church I found. It was different from churches I was used to, but the gospel at all was a comfort at a time when I was grasping for any constants.
My friend Jennifer leaned over my cubicle wall.
“You know when my whole life changed?” she said to me. “When I realized I didn’t have to just bake cookies all the time.”
People are in distress.
“Why do good things happen to bad people?” she asked. “That is the biggest question that I struggle with.”
In my twenties, I liked a good argument. And I loved to win.
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