Tag Archives: 2012 Summer Olympics

What Motivates You?

He’s the oldest Olympian taking part in the 2012 London Games, and at 71 he’s the most respected. Meet Hiroshi Hoketsu from Japan. He first entered the Olympics in 1968 where he competed in Equestrian Jumping. His second time at the … Continue reading

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Not Good Enough

We have been considering the Olympics in light of marriage – applying the analogy of a good Olympian to a good marriage. Yesterday we watched as Michael Phelps went for his 18th medal in swimming the 200m butterfly. If he … Continue reading

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We Are Torchbearers

As we continue our Going For The Gold In Marriage series we cannot overlook the inspirational stories of the Olympic Torchbearers. Each runner is chosen for their personal contribution in life. It may be an 81 year old woman who … Continue reading

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Going For The Gold In Your Marriage

The 2012 Summer Olympics began last night. The opening ceremony took us on a walk through Britain’s rich history. It was quite the show, as it should have been for the entire production took seven years of dedication and practice … Continue reading

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