The one with giving thanks
I bet most of us have sat at a table at Thanksgiving, faced with the question, asked of each person in turn: “What are you thankful for?”
The guns fell silent
11am, 11/11/1918. The day the guns fell silent in Europe, after over 4 years of the bloodiest war ever. The war that became known as the Great War. Or the War to End All Wars.
It’s about time _________
“We are the stories we tell ourselves.” “Failure doesn’t ruin your story. Failure helps you write it.” “Dream big. Start small. Keep moving.” Impressions from Tribe Conference 2018.
The one with Faith in it
Faith movies or TV-series are often a mixed bag. So here is a movie and 3 TV series that give a fresh perspective on faith and life. Check them out.
Remembering the train to Monaco
At Copenhagen Central Station trains left for exotic places like Paris, Moscow, Rome. I’d board a night train and tomorrow morning wake up somewhere in Germany. That was adventure. Worth remembering.
Half full or half empty? And does it matter?
The scene: A glass with water in it. The water is at the half-way mark. Which leads to a crucial question: Is the glass half empty? Or is it half full? Which could make all the difference.
Why reading fiction will make you healthier
Reading fiction — not just a guilty pleasure to sneak. It’s actually good for you. As in it has physical, mental and emotional health benefits and could make you live longer, while also enjoying life more.
Tall tale or real family history?
In the 1800s, many Swedes left the old country to seek their fortune or just a new, hopefully better, life in the big land across the ocean. One of my forefathers was among them. Or was he?