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I. Am. Not. Anonymous.

I. Am. Not. Anonymous.

Originally posted on ronwheelerjr:

Dear Mark Driscoll:

You were once one of my closest friends.

You were once my trusted mentor and benefactor.

You were once someone who preached the Gospel with a fierce and captivating passion and purity.

You were the one who inspired me to be a preacher… a church planter.

In 1996 I was working as a missionary in West Africa when my mom sent me a recording…

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If you love something that somebody does—some art, some words, some sounds—you tell them that you love it. You tell everyone how much you love it, repeatedly and enthusiastically. Don’t save your appreciation for later, or worry about wearing people out with your passion. Because the happy truth is this: If a piece of art truly moves you, you will never, ever run out of new adjectives to express how much you love it. Getting to love someone’s art is one of the very finest parts of being alive.
Paul Constant (via)

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Breaking in the new #moleskine with some #sketchnotes of #TED #tedx talks.  I learned today to check that you speak the language of a speaker before drawing the speaker and title ;).

Breaking in the new #moleskine with some #sketchnotes of #TED #tedx talks. I learned today to check that you speak the language of a speaker before drawing the speaker and title ;).

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@austinkleon reminds us that the second half of the year has begun.  Today I open a new #moleskine #journal, trying a new form that’s between my previous Notebook (virtually full) and Watercolor (will continue with this for sketching but feels too heavy for text notes, to do lists, …). And trying the Staedler Pigment Liners vs my current favorite Microns.

@austinkleon reminds us that the second half of the year has begun. Today I open a new #moleskine #journal, trying a new form that’s between my previous Notebook (virtually full) and Watercolor (will continue with this for sketching but feels too heavy for text notes, to do lists, …). And trying the Staedler Pigment Liners vs my current favorite Microns.

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