THOUGHT FOR THE MONTH
personal observations on life and faith
How do you answer the perennial interview question: what do you think your weaknesses are?
One of the most evasive answers people offer is: oh, I’m a perfectionist; I can’t help myself. For which read: actually, I don’t think I have any weaknesses other than trying to be the best at everything. And yet the evidence suggests that true perfectionists are insecure, unable to celebrate success and at higher risk of burnout than others.
The Stroll To Emmaus, Those who Have Eyes To See, A Life More Ordinary, The Wisdom Deficit, Giving Our Lives Away, The Gift Of Gratitude
Pop Idols, Kicking The Darkness Until It Bleeds Light, Logos, Breaking Point, Here's looking At You, Kid, Words Made Flesh,
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Have we become so protective of personal autonomy in following Christ that we no longer submit to external discipline?
Is Willpower Enough To Win?
There are risks in suggesting that success in our chosen field is merely a function of wanting it more than the next person.