Saturday, October 23


> Those who over-analyze the actions and intentions of others are rarely accurate in their conclusions. But they rarely admit their errors because they've invested so much of themselves in the analysis.

Guayule rocks!!! ~ link

The Evangelical Covenant Church of Kenya (ECCK) and Covenant World Relief are partnering to help Congolese refugee children go to school. ~ link

Amazon is trying to address one of the limitations of the Kindle -- inability to share. Personally, I want to know why e-books are so expensive relative to the paper editions. The production costs for printed editions have to be significantly higher. ~ Ars Technica

How about them Rangers! Finally, ya'll! And we're spared from more Yankee hype!

> It's not likely that the Maricopa Coounty Sheriff's Office can rehabilitate its combative image while Sheriff Joe is in office. Why are people afraid to say the obvious? A change is long overdue. ~ link

1 comment:

Ann said...

I wonder where your perceptive remark leaves contemporary professions of psychoanaylsis? ;) Without jobs? Paul in 1 Cor. 4 made the remark, "I do not even judge myself" right before saying we shouldn't over-anyalyze (in contemporary-speak) others' intentions: "Therefore do not pronounce judgment before the time, before the Lord comes, who will bring to light the things now hidden in darkness and will disclose the purposes of the heart. Then every man will receive his commendation from God."

I'm sure we're not alone when we wonder what's going on inside another, but the only gauge we have is visible fruit.