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I was recently interviewed by the very cool Currey Blandford for his podcast, A Theology of Hustle. (The episode can also be played/downloaded from iTunes.) If you found this site, human365.org, from Currey's, welcome. Feel free to take a look a look around.

If this is the first you've heard of Curry or his podcast, you might want to check him out. He is a fun, smart guy and a great interviewer.

Twice this morning, I found a better route (the first, significantly shorter, the second, avoiding a big hill and a busy intersection – two things that are important when you’re on a bicycle in the summertime in Durham, North Carolina). I was able to navigate around these obstacles because I’ve been in Durham so long.

Here at the beginning of the year, I am reading through the book of Genesis. Actually, I am mostly listening: my morning routine has become jump on the treadmill, fire up my Bible app and listen until I can't run any further (which isn't very far!) Listening to this foundational book of the Bible, you can't help but notice: these men and women are a mess! (Just like the Jedi.)

Over the last three years, I have been part of a small team researching, writing, creating materials and teaching about the topic of work. The Navigators have posted these materials and others here on their new website. If you have a moment - or have a need to learn more about this critical topic - please take a look.

I like order, and I have high expectations. These are two things that don't always help in relationships, especially the ones you do not choose – you know, the relationships you are born into (family) and the relationships you have to have (neighbors and co-workers). In these cases, most of the time, you just have to work with what you have and do the best you can.