• The view from the trenches

    It is so common that we categorize people as good or bad. In history, in our fiction stories and even in our Bibles. In our stories we like to focus on heroes and villains, but to me, some of the most interesting stories involve Antiheroes. An Antihero is “a protagonist who lacks the attributes that make a heroic figure, as nobility of mind and spirit, a life or attitude marked by action or purpose, and the like.” In essence, it is the blending of the hero and the villain.
  • The art that was never taught

    Okay, I will admit, this is a strange book to read. This is a strange book for me to read. When I told my wife I was reading this book she looked at me with a facial expression that could probably be summarized as “Why in the world are you reading that?”. But trust me, if you ever feel frustrated that your office or bedroom isn’t ever organized and you’re constantly trying to shift things around to get them out of your way, this is the book for you.

  • The one book that will change your marriage

    There are potentially more books on marriage than there are marriages today. Okay, that is a bit hyperbolic, but the point is that there is no shortage of books on marriage tell you what is wrong and how to fix yours. What thing in common with most of these books is that at the end of the book there isn’t a whole lot different. You might try a little tip here or a little tip there, but ultimately, your marriage is the exact same.