Top Ten Articles From 2013

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1. What Separates a Great Boss From a Not-So-Good One? – the two main characteristics of a great boss are supporting their employees and caring for them.

 

   
2. There Are Three Kinds of Lies – a twist on the quote attributed to Mark Twain. This article has been at the top every year. There are three kinds of lies:  lies, nefarious deception, and the damned denial and self deception.

 

   
3. Actions Speak Louder Than Words – thoughts on several proverbs, relating to the fact that judgements based on what is done can be more accurate than those based on what is said.

 

   
4. Communicating With My Wife Requires an Air Traffic Control Radar, Part 2 (and the cat, chicken, egg, and pig) – additional thoughts on communication and on commitment. You’ll have to click the link to part one to find out how communicating with my wife is like an air traffic control radar.

 

   
5. He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not – some of the history of the daisy oracle, plucking petals from a daisy to see whether you are loved. And in the case of the French, to see how you are loved.

 

   
6. Love is a Decision, a Choice – Daisy Oracle 2 – some more on the daisy oracle, and thoughts on how love is a choice.    
 

7. More on Change – The Myth of The Other – thoughts on change, and the other woman.

 

   
8. Love Kills Slowly, More Thoughts – my take on Ed Hardy tattoo art is that love means slowly learning to become less self centered.    
 

9. What, Me Worry? – two steps to reduce our worrying.

   
 

10. The debate between the Greek and the Roman – one of my favorite stories from the Book of Good Love, Medieval Spanish poetry. It illustrates more than difficulties in communication, that people really do hear (and see) what they want to.

 

About Mark Gredler

I want to move from Good Love to Better Love, share it, and share the Best Love of God. I like ancient and medieval history, especially of Spain. I like photographing Spanish fiestas, and visiting Romanesque churches, from the 11th to 13th centuries. I enjoy traveling, seeing new places, meeting new friends, taking photographs of that, and want to write more about it all.
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