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Who Will Take The Son?

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A wealthy man and his son loved to collect rare works of art. They had everything in their collection, from Picasso to Raphael. They would often sit together and admire …

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First Things First!

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Maximising Effectiveness A business speaker was once scheduled to address a gathering of high-powered executives on maximising their effectiveness. The buzz of conversation ebbed away as he strode to the …

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Life In The Danger Zone

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A vital element: Morale In the blood, sweat and violence of warfare it is not always the larger army that wins. Nor the better equipped. There is that difficult to …

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Jesus didn’t die so you could be bored to death each Sunday!

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True love is an all or nothing affair. It is a consuming passion that sweeps all opposition before it and despises talk of ‘going steady’ and ‘keeping things in proportion’. …

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Leaning Over The Balcony Of Heaven

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A bag of nerves Sitting in the concert hall of the Royal Scottish Academy of Music, I was little more than a bag of nerves. My younger son, Jamie, was …