Monthly Archives: November 2008

Getting What We Wanted?

Some of us have been preaching against consumerism for ages – some vehemently and constantly, some merely occasionally. Looking at the current US economy it appears that maybe someone was listening. What’s wrong with consumerism? When we’re captivated by consumerism, … Continue reading

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Walking Around

One of the books I’m reading on right now is William A. Cohen’s, A Class with Drucker. Here are some good points on “Managing By Walking Around” he shares from Harry K. Jones (interspersed with some of my own comments): … Continue reading

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Some Thoughts on Confirmation

One of the common features of confirmation classes is to have the confirmands produce a creed – a statement of belief. After going through several weeks – or months – of study, they write a Credo. I have seen other … Continue reading

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