A Sermon Walking

July 15th, 2010

Have you ever seen a sermon walking? Listen to this story. Reporters and city officials gathered at a Chicago railroad station one afternoon in 1953. The person they were meeting was the 1952 Nobel Peace Prize winner. A few minutes after the train came to a stop, a giant of a man – six feet […]

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Leaders Like Bus Drivers

July 7th, 2010

I have to take EDSA every day of my life. Crowded most of the time as vehicles travel at the lightning speed of 30 kilometers per hour perhaps many times slower. And when traffic is light, I watch out for those dangerous, reckless and negligent bus drivers who race each other to get to their […]

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You Can Control Your Time

July 2nd, 2010

Time is within your control. You’re probably asking, “How can you control time in a 24/7 environment?” Winners carry this secret with them all the time. They know that each man is given exactly 24 hours a day and it’s how time is spent or wasted that spells the difference between success, mediocrity or failure. […]

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