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October 26, 2005

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Ed aka Broken Wings aka Godsdragon

Hello Hector. Como estas man?
Hope all is well with you. I really like your blog, I was not even aware you are in the ministry! God bless you my friend! The harvest is plentiful butr the workers are few...saith our Good Book, the Bible...
I would love to be able to exchange blog links with you. I particularly have a spanish speaking blog I titled: Asi Es La Vuda, that I would like to include you in, We at 43Things also started a Positive things Blog that could include you and your thoughts... Anyway, I know you are a busy man, I did social work for the best part of my career life, so, I know it is long hours and go go go at times without much financial rewards, only the spiritual ones we receive when we work for Christ.
(I myself am in the category of not mentionning my root faith until I know for sure it will be well received, and I also keep my mindf open to other spiritual venues for life and living and healing, I hope that does not offend you)
Anyway, I am rambling now. Peace, God bless you and keep in touch.
Dios te Bendiga.

Hector

Hi Ed! How great to see you here! Please come visit every now and then. I'll look you up so that we can exchange links and I'll be more than happy to contribute to your blogs.

Regarding this, "I myself am in the category of not mentionning my root faith until I know for sure it will be well received, and I also keep my mind open to other spiritual venues for life and living and healing, I hope that does not offend you" Few things offend me. I am respectful of other Christian denominations and of other religions. I find that the best way for me to contribute to the interfaith or ecumenical dialog is by being the best Catholic I can be, while treating others with dignity and honor. I'm glad you came by...

Lisa

I like both parts (1&2). Thanks for sharing these great thoughts.

Steve Bogner

I took the signature strengths survey; my 5 strengths were:

- Spirituality, sense of purpose, and faith
- Fairness, equity, and justice
- Appreciation of beauty and excellence
- Judgment, critical thinking, and open-mindedness
- Curiosity and interest in the world

I'll be spending more time on that Authentic Happiness web site - looks like there are some good tools there. And, I'm looking forward to your additional thoughts in this series!

Hector

Lisa and Steve, I'm glad you got something out of the post. Steve, we share 3 out of 5 strengths, out of a total of 24! It is important to arrange your life to use as many of the strengths daily as possible. Please let me know if you have questions about other tests there, I'm trained in a number of them...

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