A recent snippet in the Denver Post entitled "Feeling an overload of social networking" highlighted what it called "online sociability fatigue". At the coffee shop I frequent, a regular conversation partner commented on the fear young people have of being left out or becoming irrelevant. I wondered if this fatigue might compel us to anchor our significance in something greater than the mediated interfaces that want to define us. Then all the social networking technology would become something that enhances our day (and us) rather then defines it (or us).
Did you know every golf course in the world is the same length? It is the distance from your right temple to your left. In other words, the game of golf is played within the 3 pound universe encased within your skull. The ten foot radius around the pin in golf is know as the […]
Our culture lies to us all the time. It wants us to seriously believe that buying the right product, wearing the right clothes, or acting the right way will bring us the meaning we are searching for. We may have a tacit understanding that those aren’t true, but we love to believe the lies. We […]
Life’s too short to spend breathing in bad relational air. There are people and organizations that have pollutants in their atmosphere. There are relationships in life that cause a slow leak in your spirit, leaving you flat over time. It’s often goes undetected and it’s not until you’re well into your ride that the problem […]