Dying for something is heroic; in the rare case that it happens, you go down in a blaze of glory, clutching to your morals or cause. Nice work if you can get it. Years later, Brad or Angelina will play you in the movie.
But living for something can be mundane…
Interesting quiz highlighting attitudes and practices from the 2008 Congregational Life Survey.
I don’t remember this ad but I love it…
You wanted to be a Veterinarian.
You wanted to be President.
You wanted to be the President’s Veterinarian.
More at the link.
A truly astounding use of small space in Hong Kong. (short video)
When and where are our formative “thresholds”? And how do we carve out and preserve these times and spaces where we are often at our most creative?
Two questions I spend my life considering.