See for Yourself - Can you imagine having two different work crews for the same job, one "nice" and one "not so great?" During a lunch break at a recent conference, I had the chance to chat with one of the event planners. Because the lunch items were just delicious and so nicely presented, I wanted to thank the planners.
See for Yourself
See for Yourself - As I was organizing music for the inter-faith Christian Sunday afternoon service in the chapel of a local physical therapy and rehab center, an older couple walked in. Lou was pushing his wife, Anna, in a wheelchair. They came over to the piano where I was and asked, "Is there a church service this afternoon?"
See for Yourself - At a friend’s early New Year’s Eve party, I ended up in an enlightening conversation with another party-goer near the veggie dip.
See for Yourself - On a recent visit to an area cathedral on a Saturday morning, I walked in and saw a number of college-age people walking around, looking at the structure's interior.
See for Yourself - I unwrapped the early Christmas present that was part of a Secret Santa gathering. The gifts were fairly inexpensive because it was just the fun of opening everything that increased the chatter.
See for Yourself - "I believe there's a plan of God for each of our lives. ... We don't know what's going on or why and can't explain it, but it's not for nothing."
See for Yourself - On a recent out-of-state trip, I had the opportunity to use Uber for incidental trips. Last week, I shared what an ingenious concept Uber is, and this week, I want to tell you about a couple more individuals I met in these UberPool trips.
Having been a business traveler over a lifetime of health care and leadership ministries, I am no stranger getting around in cities across the country. However, the opportunity these days with Uber and Lyft bring an incredibly rich interpersonal dynamic that in my opinion has never been available through taxi or shuttle bus rides prior.
See for Yourself - Giving thanks for the people in our lives as they come and go, when we have no control over it but can benefit either way. It depends on your perspective.
See for Yourself - "Everybody wanted to play the accordion back in the 1950s. Although I really wanted to play the piano, we couldn't afford one at home, so the accordion was the next best thing."
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