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Critical Thought #5: The Power of Love

Humility is simply believing and accepting what God says about us, and God says that we are anything but worthless.- Myles Munroe God is love. Love is the divine connection that links all of us together. Love is an attitude of the heart, not just an emotion. The English language extremely limits the vast power […]

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Critical Thought #20: The Essence of Power

When the Power of Love conquers the Love of Power, the world will then find peace. – Jimi Hendrix This week’s critical thinking will focus on the essence of power. Power according to Webster’s Dictionary is defined as “the ability to control or influence someone or something.” This definition is very misleading and I consider […]

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Critical Thought #1: Power of Testimonies

In order to have a testimony, you must first be put through a test! For the longest time, I always wondered why people reacted so emotionally when they stood before an audience and gave a personal testimony. I could empathize with them in what they had gone through, but I couldn’t quite relate directly with […]

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Critical Thought #13: Relationship Between Control & Growth

There is an inverse relationship between control and growth. The more you have control over something, the less it will be able to grow. If two people are in constant struggle to gain control over their relationships, whether they are professional, social, marital, or intimate, the relationship itself will become stymied. As the evolution of […]

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Critical Thought #2: Vote 2009

Vote 2009 Hurray, we voted in Barack Obama as the 44th president of the United States! Also, the House of Representatives and the Senate are situated such that the majority of the congressmen are in direct support of the President. That process all took place in November 2008. Our job is complete. We are happy […]

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Critical Thought #18: Blaming and Complaining

The Chu Effect Complaining and justifying will get you no where. It will only aggravate the people around you to where they will not want to be bothered. And it will only deepen your situation. We should all take the vow, ” I will not attempt to blame, complain, or justify my situation to anybody.” […]

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Critical Thought #9 Timing and Positioning

The Chu Effect There are two key elements to life and success: Timing and positioning. It won’t happen in the right place at the wrong time or vice versa. God is responsible for the timing, you are responsible for the positioning.I am an avid believer that everything happens for a reason. The timing is critical […]

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The Chu Effect Series

This week starts up “The Chu Effect” series in regards to our topics associated with critical thinking. These are topics and thoughts presented by Danny Chu, who is the owner of Digipixart Studios in Fairfax, VA. Feel free to check out his website at www investigate this site.digipixart.com. I found most of his positions for […]

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Critical Thought #10: The Pursuit of Happiness

The Chu Effect Happiness is having low or no expectations of other people. That way, no matter what they say or do, you will be happy about it. There is a lot of merit that is associated with this statement. At first, someone may take this statement as being directed at them and become offended. […]

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Critical Thought #4: The Art of Positive Thinking

Positive thinking has a direct correlation with critical thinking. Both together will lead to ultimate success. Positive thinking requires a grand outlook on what you expect to come. Critical thinking is taking that positive thought and breaking it down to ensure that every detail is considered so that execution will bring the positive result that […]

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