return

Too soon to tell – Part 2

by Steve Brock May 5, 2011

When you first return from a trip as I recently did from Peru, you’ll want to show all your photos to friends. But wait. What you show later will mean more to them and to you. And you might just see things you didn’t realize on your trip…

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Too soon to tell – Part 1

by Steve Brock May 2, 2011

As I’m finding out after returning from Peru, you need time when you get back from a trip to process what you’ve learned, but more importantly to understand the story that lies within the facts surrounding your journey. That fuller story only becomes clear with time.

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How was your trip?

by Steve Brock April 26, 2011

How do you answer the question, “How was your trip?” when you first get home from some place like Machu Picchu? You don’t. Or rather, you wait until you have the appropriate answer…and that might be a long wait.

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What gets left behind

by Steve Brock August 24, 2010

When it comes to people we meet on a trip, we always leave some of ourselves behind. Each encounter is an exchange, a sharing of a little bit of us with a little bit of them. We will always leave a part of us with those we meet. The question is what will that be?

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One more thought on returning

by Steve Brock August 20, 2010

Return brings with it a sense of accomplishment, completion and re-creation that we find only at the end of our journeys.

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Return and Presence

by Steve Brock August 16, 2010

Being present to others on a trip often requires effort. But when we return home, we find a different kind of presence where we can find God’s comfort and peace – often unexpectedly.

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Return: Start by minding the end

by Steve Brock August 11, 2010

You can improve your trips by preparing not just for how you will depart but also how you will return.

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