Message of the Week
Concordia mmm 20 April 2015 – 1 May 2017
This is the last Message of the Week.
After two years and more than a hundred Messages of the Week this column comes to an end. In case you were pleased with it, you can read the quotes and stories collected and grouped by topics later on our website.
Concordia mmm – 24 April 2017
The seven wonders of the world
A group of American school children were asked to list what they thought were the present "Seven Wonders Of The World."
Concordia mmm – 17 April 2017
People are like sticks of dynamite. The power is on the inside, but nothing happens until the fuse gets lit.” Mac Anderson
Concordia mmm – 10 April 2017
„Before you begin scrambling up the ladder of success, make sure
Concordia mmm – 3 April 2017
The Kid and the Wolf
A Kid standing on the roof of a house, out of harm's way, saw a Wolf passing by and immediately began to taunt and revile him.
Concordia mmm – 27 March 2017
"When one door of happiness closes, another opens, but often
Concordia mmm – 20 March 2017
A frog asked two geese to take him south with them. At first they resisted; they didn’t see how it could be done.
Concordia mmm – 13 March 2017
“Leaders approach conflict with an eye for resolution. When handled effectively, successful confrontations raise team performance. To manage conflict effectively,
Concordia mmm – 6 March 2017
“The greatest challenge in life is discovering who you are.
Concordia mmm – 27 February 2017
The Panhandler's Box
Once there was a panhandler who sat on a street corner begging for spare change from passersby. Every day he sat on the curb with a ripped and tattered cardboard sign on which he had scrawled "Help. Please."
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