Month: May 2016

A note about statistics

Statistics about workers and the work in restricted access areas are difficult to come by; and they are difficult to validate. This is why we limit our use of them. However, statistics are a useful tool. They help us visualize the world around us. This is why we use them. We want to help people get a picture of the…

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Today we read the below prayer in our devotions. It is from “The Valley of Vision: A Collection of Puritan Prayers and Devotions.” May you be blessed as we were. O Lover to the Uttermost, MAY I read the meltings of thy heart to me in the manger of thy birth, in the garden of…

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A new world, a new set of values – wrong? or just different?

Homo sum humani a me nihil alienum puto – this is a Latin saying (dating back to 160 BCE) that roughly means “I am a human being, so nothing human is strange to me.” It is a motto advocating for respecting people and cultures that are different from our own. It is a nice saying,…

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