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Dr. Mark Chironna
Theo-Semiotician, MA in Psych, Author, Bishop, BCC Certified Coach, Pianist, Vocalist, Composer, Post Grad Researcher University Of Birmingham, UK
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Dr. Mark Chironna 3h
Replying to @don_newmeyer
The life of a musician!
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Dr. Mark Chironna 3h
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Dr. Mark Chironna 8h
You can either live haphazardly, or run forward with a vision that's rooted in a radical hope for the future, that others might dismiss as fantasy, yet was birthed in your heart as a viable alternative that wants to unfold provided you participate in spite of what opposes you.
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Dr. Mark Chironna 8h
The technology to land a human being on the moon would have never been developed, had JFK not cast a compelling vision of a human standing on the moon within a decade of his declaration as a real possibility when it was yet seemingly impossible.
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Dr. Mark Chironna 8h
The cells of a caterpillar do not grow because they are moving more towards being a crawling creature. The DNA in those cells pushes the growth of those cells beyond its being defined as a crawling creature to becoming a creature that will spread wings and fly.
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Dr. Mark Chironna 8h
If your vision isn't compelling enough to move you continually towards an intended future in spite of the opposition that you already face and the opposition you are bound to yet face, it is powerless.
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Dr. Mark Chironna 8h
Master cellist Pablo Casals was once asked in an interview, "How are you able to play the cello with such magnificence?" His response: "I hear it before I play it."
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Dr. Mark Chironna 8h
"The purposiveness of all vital processes, the strategy of the genes and the power of the exploratory drive in animal and man, all seem to indicate that the pull of the future is as real as the pressure of the past." Arthur Koestler
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Dr. Mark Chironna 8h
Replying to @cb_johns
Congratulations!!!!
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Dr. Mark Chironna Dec 11
Replying to @MinisterWWoods
Will do my best to post something at length or do a video on it for FB in the near future.
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Dr. Mark Chironna Dec 11
Replying to @jwarnerwallace
Brilliant!
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Dr. Mark Chironna Dec 11
Misguided interpertations and misapplications of the exercise of the charismata continue to lead to a disaparaging of the genuine expressions of the graces of the Holy Spirit and bring a reproach on the Body of Christ.
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Dr. Mark Chironna Dec 11
Jesus is still calling us to "be with him". (Mark 3:14)
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Dr. Mark Chironna Dec 11
This is the season when we celebrate that the Word became flesh. Christianity is embodied and not cerebral. The truth has to not only pentetrate the mind and heart, it has to go all the way to the bone. The older saints used to say, "Bless your bones!"
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Dr. Mark Chironna Dec 11
We all need guides in unfamiliar territory. Learn, like Moses, how to ask for that missing piece of guidance when you need it from others who know the way. "...be our eyes". (Numbers 10:31)
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Dr. Mark Chironna Dec 11
"I consider nothing that is human as alien to me." Publius Terentius Afer
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Dr. Mark Chironna Dec 10
Replying to @StacyCHarmonie
Understand fully
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Bishop D Maldonado Dec 10
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Dr. Mark Chironna Dec 10
Genuine hope has motivational power to influence one's will to launch out on a path toward what has become possible (given hope's legitimate presence), even if it appears or seems impossible to others.
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Dr. Mark Chironna Dec 10
Genuine hope is not rooted in ignorance or fantasy. It's well-informed and reasonable, and leads to acting in faith in a given and intended direction.
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