Light and Sound. What I see and what I hear. Often they don't match up very well. I hear someone say something, then I see them act differently. But I am not responsible for other people, I am responsible for my own words and actions.
Do I practice what I preach? Well I would rather not preach. More time speaking can be less time acting.
I don't believe that we always need long complex arguments to explain grace. Just live it.. Maybe easier said than done...ok so just do…Continue
Light travels faster than sound. Watch the lightning, then hear the thunder. So I thought that the time difference between sight and sound only relates to things that are distant. Right? Wrong. Even when something happens right next to you...Watto slapping you on the back and shouting "How ya Goin champion!" there is a difference between the the time our brains register the sight of Watto's big boofy grin and time our brains register the sound of his voice.
Sight and sound are…Continue
We have just put together a short 3 minute film that is to be used as a Tool Box Training programme for Shadforth's Civil Contractors at the Sunshine Coast. Shadforth's has over 1,300 employees and sub contractors, and this short film has been specifically designed for Shadforth's.
We are also talking with other companies, Regional & City Councils, the Queensland Police Service and sporting bodies as well as the armed services for their employees, members or…
For those that want more info about the camp site and the day we have this info pack.
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Greetings from Chiang Mai,Continue
Please pray for Andrew & Rachael Watson of Canberra. 22 weeks pregnant with first child, Rachael & baby both at risk and have spent the last week or so in Canberra hospital, mainly in ICU. This evening Rachael was flown from Canberra to Royal North Shore hospital in Sydney in case of prem birth. Andrew & Rachael's mum, Sheri, driving there to be with her.
We drive past them all the time. You may have driven over one today. They are the many creeks around South East Queensland. Cabbage Tree Creek, Nundah Creek, Tingalpa Creek. Nothing special you might think. But get on a kayak and paddle upstream just before the high tide and you are in another world. An undiscovered country. As the Mangrove trees are flooded you can paddle between the trees. Floating on mirror smooth water in a Forrest.
But you would not know if you did not go. There…Continue