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Is It Time to Kill Sacred Cows In Your Relationship?

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With Google Glass redesign, Tony Fadell says there are no 'sacred cows'

Tony Fadell, one of many fathers of the iPod and founder of Nest, was put in charge of the Glass project when the company stopped selling the “Explorer Edition” of the device in January earlier this year. 528 more words


A couple more paintings

Feeling inspired, I bought some inks a few weeks ago. They’ve been sitting on my table with an empty white sketch pad, gathering dust. As the sun was shining I decided to go forth into ink world and do a picture of a woman who is also a butterfly. 205 more words


Truth, Lies & Social Media

We live in a wonderful world. We are connected more than ever. Through Facebook, I’ve connected with friends and family that I couldn’t even FIND before 2005 without hiring a P.I. 2,354 more words

Kristen Lamb

Spiritual High Horses and Sacred Cows

Let’s have a Sacred Cow Barbeque!

Christians riding on a high horse of pride are religious narcissists. And you know what the bible says about pride. 2,579 more words

Exploring Change - the speed of understanding

Over time. “Change Management” has become a label, like “Quality” and “Innovation”. The labels make the subject safe. People design a process, and make it something that can be done to people and organisations. 218 more words


Killing Jesus: Bill O'Reilly's film is touted as history. But facts aren't sacred to him: A Catholic self-described “traditionalist,” O’Reilly can’t be trusted not to confuse religious interpretation with historical fact

Killing Jesus – the adaptation of Bill O’Reilly’s book premiering on 29 March – is not history. This might seem like an obvious statement, but it bears repeating, given how the three-hour “television event” is being pitched to viewers: as a restrained Biblical history, suitable for believers and non-believers alike. 560 more words