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Issue 23: With Height Comes Perspective

Fellow Corona Virus Navigator, In an earlier edition we showed a picture of our boat radar feed which enabled us to “thread the needle” between huge storms at sea, illustrating that “Navigation Makes a Difference.”  So it is with our latest storms of American life — RESILIENCE helps us navigate the “social distancing,” the widespread …

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Issue 22: Bouncing Back From A Cancer Diagnosis

Fellow Traveler, Prayerfully, you are having a great week. Two weeks ago we addressed “The Expectation Trap,” recognizing that expectations are one of the key sources of stress in our lives.  We saw that dealing properly with expectations is key to resilient living.  So guess what!  I actually read my own newsletter and felt I …

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Issue 17: Aging-The Unavoidable Test of Resilience!

When I wrote Resilient Warriors in 2011, the word “resilience” was not widely used. Today, the word is pervasive, applied to everything from cyber security to climate change to electric grids to recovery from disasters to a wide range of mental, emotional, and spiritual topics. As a matter of interest, I have set a Google …

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Issue 16: The One that Got Away!

As we mentioned last time, God’s Word contains four primary analogies which help us understand Biblical principles. These analogies are farming, fishing, athletics, and the military. In addition, the overarching analogy which illustrates the cycles of life is Creation itself — squirrels gathering nuts for a long winter, the bleakness of winter turning into the …

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