Sculpting Project 22: Leaping Over Walls: Week 4

Sculpting Project 22: Leaping Over Walls: Week 4 We have learned our ABCD’s: Adversity, Belief, Consequences, Disputing Now for Disputing tools we will learn our vowels. A- Alternatives E- Evidence I- Implications O- Open-up to change U- Usefulness The Adversity: While shopping I am unable to quickly solve a math calculation to help me choose…

Sculpting Project 22: Leaping Over Walls: Week 3

Sculpting Project 22: Leaping Over Walls: Week 3 By my God, I can leap over a wall. (Psalm 18:29b) Personal walls, we all have them. Something blocking our way that is hard to get over. When we come up to this wall we feel like turning around, or just sitting down. Sometimes we have no…

Sculpting Project 22: Leaping Over Walls: Week 2

Sculpting Project 22: Leaping Over Walls: Week 2 I was born optimistic, I developed pessimistic skills and by age 11 could be labeled a pessimist. Now I still have a strong tendency towards prudence which can become pessimistic, but I am again largely optimistic. How did I get here? I see two major contributors. 1….

Sculpting Project 22: Leaping over Walls: Week 1

Sculpting Project 22: Leaping over Walls: Week 1 Welcome to Year 2 of Sculpting!  Sculpting ourselves to Love God and neighbor I’m 11 years old sitting in a lawn chair in my backyard on a summer evening. As I explain my opinions I am told, “You are a pessimist.” “Hum,” I think, “Whatever that means,…

Sculpting Project Eight: Talking Back: Week 2

Sculpting Project Eight: Talking Back Week 2 Jill B. Taylor, a brain scientist from Harvard, suffered a stroke in a portion of her left hemisphere. Through eight years of healing she recovered the use of the affected brain regions and found her experience to be a Stroke of Insight. The ‘Story Teller’ is the name…