Commentary from Dr. Mark EdgeWorkedge Words
Don't go to ridiculous lengths to hold a grudge.
To not forgive is like demolishing the wrong house...
Never practice what C. S. Lewis called “chronological snobbery.” Always appreciate—and learn from—the past.
Life in the 1920s was tough. For example: if you were a man in the 1920s, you could expect to live fifty-four years.
Funny story, but it illustrates an important point. In business, ethics are always appreciated.
Another classic parable that applies to adversity.
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