The opulent ability to give

I‘ve written many times before about the benefits of living within your means. There’s a spirit of contentment that often emerges when you curb your spending habits. Your desires are often tempered as an unexpected byproduct. That brand spankin’ new car doesn’t seem quite as important. You can skip a latte or two and not (read more…)

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What do kids really need?

There are very few things in life children need. I was reminded of this today when I met Denise. I’m in the Philippines, and Denise is six. The same age as Tate, my daughter. I’m here with Compassion International, privileged more than words can say to witness, first hand, the work of their hands. I (read more…)

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