Words of Wisdom from the Great Bird in the Sky

Here are a few of my favorite Twitter quotes from the past few months:

  • TerryStorch: The greatest danger for most of us is not that our aim is too high and we miss it, but that it is too low and we reach it -Michelangelo
  • craiggroeschel: Our greatest fear should not be of failure but of succeeding at things that don’t matter.
  • johncmaxwell: I’m sick of all the reasonable people. They see all the reasons for doing nothing. -George Bernard Shaw
  • johncmaxwell: Nothing is easier than saying words. Nothing is harder than living them, day after day. ~Arthur Gordon
  • GeoffSurratt: The signature of mediocrity is consistency (via Jim Collins) #wcagls
  • drchrisstephens: Until u ask the right questions, u wont have the right strategy.Without the right strategy you’ll never get the right results
  • PastorMark: RT @timchaddick: “Sin is never the last word for the children of God. Grace is always the last word.” Tim Chester
  • TerryStorch: The chief cause of failure and unhappiness is trading what you want most for what you want now.  Zig Ziglar
  • maurilio: “We fail God’s plan of prosperity in our lives when we assume it’s all meant for us.” @pwilson  #CrossPoint_tv
  • johncmaxwell: Honest criticism is hard to take, particularly from a relative, a friend, an acquaintance or a stranger. -Franklin P Jones
  • pwilson: RT @stevenfurtick: If you’re not willing to be misunderstood, you’re not ready to be used by God.
  • johncmaxwell: The fellow who never makes a mistake takes his orders from one who does. -Herbert V. Brocknow
  • stevenfurtick: When all else fails, & you’re not sure what to do, just have integrity. Everything else will eventually come together.
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Pondering Facebook

I love Facebook.  It’s a great social networking application, and it’s allowed me to stay in contact with a lot of people that I love in Texas.  It’s also helped me to learn more about some of my new friends in Tennessee.

My brother, Phil, is the one who convinced me to join, and I still remember the awkwardness of not having any “friends” on Facebook for a few days (even Phil wasn’t accepting my friend request), and it took me a few months to convince Keri that it was worth her time.  (She loves it now, by the way.)

The main reason I’m writing is to convince the rest of the Admin team at Faith Promise that they need to be using Facebook rather than (or at least, in addition to) Twitter.

So, could those of you already using Facebook give me a little help here?  What is it that’s so cool about Facebook?

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