I don’t know about you, but it seems that every house I’ve lived in has had wallpaper or wallpaper borders in nearly every room. I suppose in the 60’s and 70’s that was the thing to do. Don’t get me wrong, they look nice and add that little touch to the walls. However, I have had to remove more borders and wallpaper than I care to admit (besides just now).
“All truths are easy to understand once they are discovered; the point is to discover them.”
I am not sure what events, what discovery, or what longings prompted Galileo to speak these words, but I believe they are wise words for non-believers. I firmly believe that the truth about Jesus, the truth about God, and the truth about being a Christian is meant to be discovered. One may set out on a solo journey to seek the truth about faith or religion, but one doesn’t stay solo for long. Soon they are joined by fellow seekers, those who have already discovered the truth, and by God himself (through the Holy Spirit). It is God who reveals himself allowing us to ‘discover’ Him. Once discovered it is no wonder Galileo said it is easy to understand. Remember the answer to any riddle always seems easy once you hear the solution.
So whether truth is sought in business, politics, or religion the point is to discover it so one can easily understand it!
Here are some links I’ve found to be bookmarkable recently. These should help you as a web professional. Don’t forget if you find something to be bookmarkable this week please send it to me or add it to the comments below and I’ll be sure to check it out.
- A new type of RFP (request for proposal) by Airbag Industries. This is simply fantastic, ever since I saw this last night I’ve been enamored with this RFP method. I can’t wait to rework my in similar fashion.
- More than 245 Free Geometric Fractal Brushesby Share Brain. I don’t know about you, but I’m constantly needing more and more brushes.
- 50 Free Photoshop Pattern Setsby Emma Alvarez. A nice compilation of 50 pattern sets, we can always use more patterns.
- Google Calendar CalDAV support by Google. When setting up my iCal to be more efficient and to sync with my already existing Google Calendar. This how-to by Google was quite helpful. Get organized, get productive!
“Be mindful of the link between present action and desired future outcome. Ask yourself: if I repeat today’s actions 365 times, will I be where I want to be in a year?”