A talk by Dan Pink, an analyst who has studied motivators, has been illustrated along with the talk in the following:
This is fun watching, a great concept, awesome illustration and the talk’s good too!
He discusses how people like to do work for the sake of autonomy, mastery and purpose. He recommends paying people just enough so that the issue of money is out of their thinking and then motivators which encourage creativity and innovation can kick in.
The following video tells of how the internet allows one good teacher to teach to 200,000 students, instead of 20:
Sal Khan at Gel 2010 from Gel Conference on Vimeo.
Sal Khan, the teacher, understands the fundamental basic that learning is about understanding, not memorization or formulaic tedium.
Who is the “Angel of the Lord”/”Angel of God”?
Why did the Angel of the Lord progressively appear less and less in the Old Testament?
– I didn’t know this was the case, but good points are made.
What characterises all the appearances of the Angel of God?
What was Christ doing before He came to this world, taking human flesh?
– at times God’s messenger, God’s manifestation, and the giver of grace in time of needs.
Dr David Murray (who blogs here) gave this address, “A Biography of the Christian’s Savior”:
“A Biography of the Christian’s Savior” will show that Christ’s biography did not begin with Matthew 1:1. Rather, it will show that the eternal Son of God was present and active throughout the whole Old Testament as well. We will look especially at his appearances as the Angel of the Lord.