Monthly Archives: July 2011

Hurdle 12: The Lessons of A Dream

There’s an old story about a preacher that I remember from somewhere: It seems that there was a country preacher who, on every Sunday followed a very precise routine.  He woke up, like clockwork, at the exact same time,  ate the exact … Continue reading

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Hurdle Eleven – You can find your way through a haboob, if you have a guide

Last night, the City of Phoenix was attacked by a seemingly alive natural phenomenon called a “haboob” which is an arabic word meaning winds or windy or something like that.  Anyway, as I understand it, a haboob is a towering wall of dust formed when … Continue reading

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