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  • M. shared from Dark Star Safari: Overland from Cairo to Capetown by Paul Theroux
    The amount you paid for one meal in a good American restaurant, a single Malawian earned in an entire year.
    Note: Perspective.
  • M. shared from Dark Star Safari: Overland from Cairo to Capetown by Paul Theroux
    The amount you paid for one meal in a good American restaurant, a single Malawian earned in an entire year.
    Note: Perspective.
  • M. shared from To Sell Is Human: The Surprising Truth About Moving Others by Daniel H. Pink
    Wharton’s Adam Grant has discovered that the most effective salespeople are ambiverts, those who fall somewhere in the middle of the introversion-extraversion scale.
    Note: Are you an Ambivert?
  • M. shared from Experiencing God by Richard Blackaby
    When you trust that God always gives His best, you will devote your heart to whatever assignment God gives because you know in that role you can experience everything God has in His heart for you.
    Note: Great quote!
  • M. shared from The Evangelicals You Don't Know: Introducing the Next Generation of Christians by Tom Krattenmaker
    there’s now one more entry on the long list of nicknames for this city at the confluence of the Columbia and Willamette Rivers. Rose City, Bridgetown, the People’s Republic of Portland, Stumptown, Portlandia, PDX—these all have a reason and a story, as does a new one you hear from time to time at the now-common intersections between the evangelical churches, city government progressives, and Portland’s disadvantaged people: Jesus’ favorite city.
    Note: Portland is Jesus' favorite city.
(Beaverton, OR United States)
M. L. Payne