Archive for the ‘responsibility’ Category
Elections belong to the people. It’s their decision. If they decide to turn their back on the fire and burn their behinds, then they will just have to sit on their blisters.
– Abraham Lincoln
Public criticism about questionable spending prompted the Boy Scouts of America Orange County Council to take steps that have resulted in the highest rating possible from a national watchdog organization that tracks charitable groups, Boy Scout executive leaders said Wednesday.
– Theresa Walker, The Orange County Register
Boy Scouts in O.C. tout financial reform
A wise man once said, ‘the most important thing we do in life is show up.’ What he is telling us is that the purpose of life is to live, to live in a proper way. For a Christian, this means to live in a loving way, loving toward God, loving toward others
– Reverend James O’Leary
I Think I Am Happier Than I Think I Am
It’s easy to see how an idea like fighting poverty can be inspiring. But bringing a great product to market–a product that helps people communicate better, allows for the faster delivery of information, or facilitates family life–can be just as exciting. You can’t make goods that are truly good and services that truly serve without in some way enriching the human experience.
– Andreas Widmer
The Pope & The CEO
The course of American history demonstrates the difficulties, the struggles and the great intellectual and moral resolve which were demanded to shape a society which faithfully embodied these noble principles. In our time, too, particularly in moments of crisis, Americans continue to find their strength in a commitment to this patrimony of shared ideals and aspirations.
– from the address of Pope Benedict XVI on the White House Lawn, April 16, 2008 as reported by
Whispers in the Loggia
To develop a reliable routine, a golfer has to decide to follow it and practice it time after time until it becomes an ingrained habit that will show up no matter how much pressure he or she is under. You can be sure that under pressure, you will find out what your dominant habit is.
– Dr. Bob Rotella
Golf is Not a Game of Perfect