What we say versus what we mean. By Jon Acuff on Feb 02, 2015 04:00 am The craziest part of the ridiculous photos people put on Instagram is actually the captions they include. It’s in the captions where we tell our biggest lies. It’s where we cover our tracks and try to justify or ignore […]Read More What we say versus what we mean.
Reblogged from Marcus Brotherton’s Inspiring presidents series Today, we’d say Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865) had a disadvantaged childhood, a dysfunctional family and a deprived school experience. He found ways around these issues to become the 16th president of the United States, called by many the greatest president ever. He led a troubled country through four […]Read More How Abraham Lincoln inspires us to lead with powerful humility
Is Honesty Dead? 2/2/2012 by Keith Goetzman Honesty has ceased to be seen as a virtue, and with its decline “our society risks a future of moral numbness,” writes William Damon in Defining Ideas, a journal published by the Hoover Institution at Harvard University. Damon is well aware that the little deception is sometimes morally […]Read More Is Honesty Dead?