The platinum rule

The Golden Rule is the principle of treating others as one would wish to be treated. It is a maxim that is found in many religions and cultures. Even Jesus taught the Golden Rule. But He also calls us to an even higher standard - let's call it the Platinum Rule. Here it is: whatever God has done for you, you should go and do for others. Now ... what would that look like at work?
Tags:  Generosity, Campbell, Platinum, Golden, Kindness, Mercy

A little kindness goes a long way

Okay, so this isn't a cure for the corona virus, but did you know that being kind to others actually helps boost your own immune system, slow down aging, elevate your self-esteem and improve blood pressure? And then, of course, there's the ripple effect that happens for others. A little kindness goes a long way!
Tags:  Kindness, Theology of Work

Sow a little kindness

We take action against injustice. We defend the defenseless. We resist those who oppose us. But Jesus asks us to sow kindness and mercy into our responses. Even in our righting of wrongs and defending of rights, the greater power will always be found in showing kindness.
Tags:  Kindness, Mercy, Theology of Work

Are Your Deposits Exceeding Your Withdrawals?

By Robert J. Tamasy Revenue and expenses. Credits and debits. Assets and liabilities. Deposits and withdrawals. Each of these terms is used in the business and professional world to measure what is commonly referred to as “the bottom line.” If you can keep your revenues ahead of your expenses, accumulate more credits than debits, and hold more assets than liabilities, your business is probably in good shape.
Tags:  Deposits, Withdrawals, Encourage, Encouragement, Kindness, Positive words, Relationships