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Real Men Don’t Get Facials

This morning my fellow teachers had a bit of a joke at my expense concerning getting a mud mask from one of our students, claiming that one of the guy students did the same thing himself. I found this drily … Continue reading

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Wanee Binwa Teedee

One of the few words and expressions I know in Thai, and one I use often, is the phrase I transliterate as “wanee binwa teedee,” which means “it is a good day.” I sometimes use this phrase when I am … Continue reading

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Popo Don’t You Lose My Number

So, today a random Royal Thai police officer showed up at Legacy looking for me and looking for my phone number as well as the phone number of the office. This is the third time that police officers have looked … Continue reading

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Promises Kept, Promises Broken

Today, while helping cover for a fellow teacher’s class, I had to deal with the question of the promises we make to ourselves. As the course is covering the book The Speed of Trust [1], and as trust has always … Continue reading

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Thank God I’m A Country Boy

One of the funnier students we have in Legacy is a Karen refugee who has a great love for country music. Today alone he played three songs, at least, that were country, and which I sung along with. One of … Continue reading

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A Note On Cat Herding

One of my favorite commercials of all time is an EDS commercial from years ago (it may even be more than a decade old by this point) that featured a group of “cowboys in the Wild West herding cats. All … Continue reading

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Be Good To Yourself

For a variety of reasons, I have been rather focused on the difficulties and importance of taking care of yourself. Ultimately, we are responsible for what we eat and what we do, what we think and what we feel, and … Continue reading

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Two Approaches To Government: Part Two

We began our last message by looking at the contrast between the servant leadership of God and Jesus Christ and the satanically motivated leadership of the heathen rulers of this present evil world. Let us return to Matthew 20:25-28 and … Continue reading

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Stir To Action

Today I took over in Speech class for our dearly departed teacher who has returned back to the United States, and it just so happens that he left the speech class at the beginning of one of my favorite speeches, … Continue reading

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Thai Massage

It may seem strange to believe but until yesterday I had not had a massage for about twelve years, since I received free massages when I worked for PMI doing data entry there. Despite over a year in Thailand, I … Continue reading

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