1 Corinthians 1:27-29
But God chose what is foolish in the world to shame the wise; God chose what is weak in the world to shame the strong; God chose what is low and despised in the world, even things that are not, to bring to nothing things that are, so that no human being might boast in the presence of God.
These verses deal with two thoughts . Paul is writing about the balance of God, the balance of the universe, and how this balance shows us the insignificance of man’s worldly power when compared to the universe. Continue reading
I’ve written about how the media and government try to manipulate us.
I’ve written about the rapid growth of the internet and social media and how we trivialize and misuse words, like friends, awesome, amazing, and epic.
I’ve written about business taking phrases that use to have an emotional attachment and turning them into meaningless buzz words like “reach out”.
Now I have been thinking about how government and media have trivialized aspects of our society that use to be sacred. I thought why did the government set out to trivialize these things?
Here are some examples of things that the government and media have been systematically reducing in value. Continue reading
I was reading a blog about blogging and the writer talked about being a slave to our employers.
At first I scoffed at this concept.
Slaves would mean we are owned by our employers and are treated as property to be bought and sold. Besides not feeling that that is the case, I thought we also get paid. So why did they use the term “slave”?
Then I started to think about what they said. I thought about how precious is time, what a priceless commodity it is and it can’t be manufactured, or mined, or created.
I thought how cheaply we sell our time to our employers. Continue reading
This is just a quick thought I had today. It’s not directly about music or drums but it is about business and perhaps about you personally.
I am a firm believer in the customers sets the value of your product but I’ve come to learn that you don’t let the customer dictate how you run your business.
Obviously you want to fulfill the customer’s expectations but I believe how you do that is your business.
Certainly you always want to be opened for suggestions and always looking for ways to improve by sharing in the experiences of others. But you have to run your business the way that you feel is best for your business. You have to be confident in your decisions. Continue reading