Author: Chad Boersema

Procrastinating With Questions

So, I recently read a statement that made me wonder, hmm… Am I doing this anywhere in my life? The statement was this, “Yet instead of facing the evidence and accepting it, you procrastinate with questions.” Procrastinating with questions. Interesting concept. I can certainly recognize times in my past where I’ve done that. Times where I’ve given the appearance of thoughtfulness, when in either my heart or mind, I knew, and I didn’t need any more questions to be answered, to reach a decision point. It was just the acting out of the decision I was putting off. Now...

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The Test of Fame, or Reaching The Top

Have you ever noticed how some people seem to go a little crazy or become someone else once they reach a certain level of “success”? There’s an old proverb that says, “If you want to test someone’s heart, give them a little fame.”  Fascinating right?  First time I read this proverb, I was expecting, give them a little money, or give them a little power, or something more material.  It stopped me in my tracks a little until I had some time to reflect on it.  Fame can be a powerful influencer on one’s view of oneself, one’s status...

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Beyond The Mundane

First, thanks for visiting this page. I do not take lightly the fact that you are spending some of your precious time taking in what I have to say and show you. It is appreciated. Second, I love this shot for a number of reasons. This photo perfectly encapsulates a quote I hold close to me often as I go through the daily routines of life. The quote is this, “You’re tied down to the mundane; I’m in touch with what is beyond your horizons.” ~Jesus Sorry if I’m stating the obvious here (I’m good at that), but here...

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Holiday Walking And Talking

Well, it’s that time of year again… time for the hustle and bustle of the holidays.  It’s that time of the year which is both dreaded and delightful, and that time of year where we busy ourselves to the max to try and relax.  This year try something different… try to tone down the busyness.  This holiday, try to find some time just to walk.  Don’t worry about the meals or events or gifts being  perfect.  Instead, spend time with each other, time just walking and talking.  See what happens, and enjoy.  (Okay, and maybe take a bunch of...

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