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Posts Tagged ‘inspiration’

Quiet Strength

As someone who lives in Steeler Country I have great memories of Tony Dungy as both a player and a coach.  I think the best way to describe the impact that he had was the fact that he only played a few years here yet I remember his play.  It was always noted about how “football” smart he was and that he would certainly become a coach and though his playing career was rather short he soon became the coach of former teammates who were much older.  In Quiet Strength  Tony Dungy shares his journey as a player, coach, Super Bowl champion , and most important to him, father and man of God. 

Ooh That Smell

I am often torn about posts like this.  My inspiration was a trip to the rest room at work and you can imagine what it may be about.  Since I really don’t know most of you or why you visit FramingTheDialogue I worry that these posts will drive you away.  At some point Framing will have multiple sites depending on the content; Framingthebooks will primarily be book reviews; Framingthedebate will be a forum for debates, Framingthedialogue will probably be mostly current events, and Framingthebizare will be for posts like this.  Unfortunately I don’t really have enough traffic to justify spending the amount of time necessary to keep that many sites current and work full-time.