In the words of Pastor Martin Luther King Jr., “There are some things so dear, some things so precious, some things so eternally true, that they are worth dying for…” One way of defining value is usage or benefit. We value something based on how important the benefits are to us. Another way of definingContinue reading “THE COST OF FAITH”

Putting Things Into Perspective

“That Monday [after receiving disappointing sales figures of my movie “After Earth’ and shortly afterwards learning my dad had cancer] started the new phase of my life, a new concept: Only love is going to fill that hole. You can’t win enough, you can’t have enough money, you can’t succeed enough. There is not enough. TheContinue reading “Putting Things Into Perspective”

Living for Work vs Work for Living

Most of us hate Mondays. By this I mean too many of us love the good life but hate working and are ready to grab any excuse not to. But James Robertson is an exception. He loves working and his uncanny work ethic and determination is guaranteed to leave any rational mind stunned with admiration.Continue reading “Living for Work vs Work for Living”

World's Greatest Problem

If I told you to name man’s greatest problem many would probably say Satan. Some would mention sin, death, sickness or even pain. What if I told you that insecurity is the greatest problem of human kind? In fact, the insecurity problem is older than humans themselves. Insecurity gunned down Satan, a host of angels as well as ourContinue reading “World's Greatest Problem”

Moments that take our breath away

“The lad is not angry he has to leave the party early instead he is really grateful that he was invited in the first place…” these are the words of Comedian Jason Manford spoken recently in reference to a 19 year old teenager with incurable disease who, according to his facebook page (Stephen’s Story) is just tryingContinue reading “Moments that take our breath away”