- This Ashton Kutcher video got passed around a bunch this week…good stuff in an unexpected place
- Chris G on writing and speaking for introverts
- Donald Miller on clarity and leadership
- Frank Viola with an interesting breakdown of millennials
- Last, but not least, this is just cool
From a fascinating article about Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah:
“This world is full of conflicts and full of things that cannot be reconciled, but there are moments when we can transcend the dualistic system and reconcile and embrace the whole mess, and that’s what I mean by ‘Hallelujah.’ That regardless of what the impossibility of the situation is, there is a moment when you open your mouth and you throw open your arms and you embrace the thing and you just say, ‘Hallelujah! Blessed is the name.'”
- Guy Chmieleski wrote a great post on 15 things he’s learned in 15 years of campus ministry
- Millennials buy a lot of books!
- Q&A with Scot McKnight on Barna research regarding women’s role, women in the church, women in leadership
- BU prof Stephen Prothero on the difference between Christianity and Ayn Rand’s philosophy
- Oh, and the Giants SWEEP the Dodgers!
- Gary Molander on “what I would tell my 20-something self.” Interesting stuff…I wonder if I would say similar things?
- Michael Ruse claims that science can answer many questions, but it cannot answer this one: “Why is there something rather than nothing?“
- Interesting letter from Ronald Regan to his son. Love the line: “how really great is the challenge of proving your masculinity and charm with one woman for the rest of your life.”
- Tyler Braun on the 5 shadows of leadership.
- Steven Johnson (one of my favorite social commentators) wondering if Facebook will turn out to be its own worst enemy.