Mark on the Move

No Place to Hide

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You may remember the Bible story from Genesis about how Adam and Eve hid from God when they knew they had done wrong. They covered themselves in fig leaves to hide their nakedness.  They didn’t want God to see them. It was interesting to me after my stroke experience, to discover that I did not […]

It’s Correct, But It’s Not Right!

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Many of us go through life doing things in a good way, a way that we assume to be correct.  Before my stroke, I would say that I was a person who aspired to do things correctly; after all I was a numbers guy, a CPA, and that meant making sure things were done correctly […]

Making Hard Choices

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You have to make a lot of choices as you go through life.  When you were a kid, they seemed relatively easy or at least you were aware of the consequences of your choices.  You could choose to stay out after curfew, but you knew that would not go well with your dad.  You could […]

Surrender or Give Up–It’s a Big Difference!

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Some words are easy to define.  You relate to them from your personal experience.  When you talk about “love” for instance, you might define it differently than someone else, but love is a word that makes you feel good and when you use it people understand what you’re trying to say. Today, I want to […]