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  • Anthony shared from Scribe: My Life in Sports by Bob Ryan
    The Bruins’ win in Game 7 was memorable: 1–0, with no penalties, a game that, Tampa Bay coach Guy Boucher said, “felt like overtime the whole game.” You place such a game in that special compartment holding only the most inspiring memories, the ones that reinforce why you are a sports fan in the first place. It really did feel like sixty minutes of overtime, and hockey overtime has a special tension no other sport can match.
    Note: Bob Ryan ....great stuff.
  • Anthony shared from Scribe: My Life in Sports by Bob Ryan
    How good was Cam Neely? Harry Sinden says: “If we had won a championship, if we had ever won a Stanley Cup, he would have been put on a pedestal. He would have been every bit as big as Orr. His style was so completely identified with what the Boston fan likes. It just clicked.”
  • Anthony shared from Down We Go: Living Into the Wild Ways of Jesus by Kathy Escobar
    But that’s the beauty of downward mobility. “Pretty” and “easy” aren’t the goals. Transformation is. And one thing is clear: Down here, there’s a lot of room for transformation.
    Note: the goal is transformation
  • Anthony shared from Down We Go: Living Into the Wild Ways of Jesus by Kathy Escobar
    If we set out on this journey to think we will “help poor people and do good,” we will strip not only others’ dignity, but also our own. Rather, life down here is being in the thick of it together and learning how to come alongside each other in transformational “with” relationships, instead of only giving or serving the kind of relationships in which we give “to” or do “for” others, thereby missing out on healing in our own lives.
    Note: With is where it's at.
  • Anthony shared from Down We Go: Living Into the Wild Ways of Jesus by Kathy Escobar
    Slowly, I began to see that Jesus doesn’t call us to a life of ascent where we move further and further away from the things of this world. Rather, I believe he calls us to a life of descent, of downward mobility, where we move down into the trenches of real life, real pain, real hope in our own lives and in the lives of others.
    Note: Had the good fortune to meet Kathy Escobar at Sentralized...now enjoying her book