Talent is so often more of a burden than a blessing. At least the concept of it. I say this because the reality is that most people in this world have no extraordinary talents. Yet, in our society at least, there is an unnecessary burden placed upon children, and adults alike, to seek out their […]
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Intentions vs Interpretations…
Blogs are tricky things. They're a great memory record. They can serve to keep contact with friends and family overseas more immediate and alive. But they also tend to paint a rather "shop window" picture of family life. While I make an effort to be realistic about our failings, it's easy to assume that all is hunky dory here at the Hayes house. The reality is that we are sinful human beings who fail daily at all sorts of things. We have our struggles and our sins, just like everyone else. Sometimes we post about them here. But mostly we blog about the good times and the things we want to remember. And we blog about them with the best of intentions.
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