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LIghting Their Fires

I just reread this review of Lighting Their Fires by Nat Torkington, which had this very valuable list of “lessons” for children (and their parents). It’s a child-rearing book, which I haven’t read, but that I’ve already benefited from. So:

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Can I be an innovator and not an entrepreneur?

I realize that I have lots of ideas. Some of that comes from an overactive imagination. Some of it might be related to having ideation as my top-ranking StrengthsFinder themes. I even bring some of these ideas come into reality, but it brings me just as much joy to share an idea that someone else makes it happen. (cf. inception)

“Ideas are very dangerous things,” said Hopper during another one of his monologues in the film, A Bug’s Life.

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Month Ten: A Series of Unfortunate Events

Rwanda. One of my absolute favorite months of this whole year. This place carries depth and redemption. A place once torn apart by a genocide, now stands as a place of peace. The hills seem to go on forever and at night the stars multiply before your eyes. This month the team I was with worked with Pastor Fatier and her church in a village about 3 hours outside Kigali. Four times a week we stood in front of the body of believers at The International Healing Center to share God’s Word. W