Marble’s Monday Menagerie Nov. 26, 2012

Magic tricks have always fascinated me.  When I was younger, Christie and I went to this place called the Magic Castle in Hollywood.  I couldn’t get enough of it.  A magician is nothing but a person who manipulates natural conditions to simulate the supernatural, something above and beyond nature.  This guy goes way beyond that. If you can figure out where this loaf of bread comes from, you should be doing magic tricks.

Those who are leaders ought never stop learning about leadership.  It is often the downfall of others which provide some of the best lessons for successful leadership.

Is the saying, “whatever it takes to get people thinking about the Lord” a valid argument.  See if this falls into that category.

Plato said, “the unexamined life is not worth living.”  Harsh sounding, I know.  However, life long learners are typically critical thinkers.  There are lessons everywhere from which the church can learn.  Even the recent election.

A pretty cool article on spousal abuse and the validation some have found in scripture for allowing it to happen.

A comparison between the world of Legos and the church world.

An interesting perspective on entrepreneurialism and helping people from the TED folks.