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Welcome to another episode of TOMCAST, We often attribute reality to the world we see, rather than reality being the world we create with our mind. A promise of a new world through thought and speech. Thinking through, speaking out and acting on God’s blueprint must produce fruit that matters most. Talk is cheap, show me the desired outcome. We get what we think and say. A new reality through three simple… Read More

Welcome to another episode of TOMCAST, The miser is an interesting character, they look like the person next door, so don’t be surprised when you meet a real one. THE MISER They don’t have long pointy fingers like Mr Burns from the Simpsons. A miser isn’t as overt as Ebenezer Scrooge, the protagonist of Charles Dickens’ 1843 novel, A Christmas Carol. A cold-hearted miser who despises Christmas. The miser is the person… Read More

Welcome to another episode of TOMCAST, On a regular basis I get to meet people from all walks of life; as usual we try to put our best foot forward in communicating who we are. Unfortunately, when we do such things, people miss out on who we really are. If it’s just a matter of making a quick sale or providing a quick service, projecting ourselves as someone we are not is… Read More

Welcome to another episode of TOMCAST, Complacency is often disguised by deflecting responsibility Idleness is often disguised by being busy Fear is often disguised by false bravado 1. Complacent …showing smug or uncritical satisfaction with oneself or one’s achievements. It’s the complacent person who feels they’ve done their part and no longer feel responsible for any outcome. Being smug in a particular talent or capacity without understanding the synergy, or our connection… Read More

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Welcome to another episode of TOMCAST, Don’t underestimate the value of a seasoned facilitator. They are often lateral thinkers that see the solution where others are stick with the problem. ‘Call me insensitive but I’m only interested in hearing the problem once. Our next conversation has to be about solutions’ ~ Unknown I’m not sure who quoted the above but it resonates with so many of us who are not interested in… Read More

Welcome to another episode of TOMCAST, Someone asked Bernard Shaw what, in his opinion, is the most beautiful thing in this world. “Youth,” he replied, “is the most beautiful thing in this world—and what a pity that it has to be wasted on children!” When I think of all the energy I used going in all sorts of directions in my youth compared to today, it astounds me. Was I more effective… Read More

Welcome to another episode of TOMCAST, The choice is always ours to make It’s just a matter of time and we are irritated, discouraged or disappointed by everyone around us at some point in our lives, what then? The notion of honouring others helps us to stay even keeled. Fact is, we too have irritated, discouraged or disappointed everyone around us at some point in time. Be they our closest friend, family… Read More

If you are going to do something in life, do it with all your heart. I felt the call to be an Evangelist when I was twenty years old, meaning, if I believed it, the whole world needs to know about it. I haven’t turned my back on my calling ever since. I do wish my whole spiritual journey was as simple, radical and enjoyable as my street outreach days. I can… Read More

Welcome to another episode of TOMCAST, They may walk, but they are the without soul. They may eat, but they are never satisfied. They may be wide eyed, but no one is home. These are the living dead. They’ve been bitten by another infected person with the money bug. It was once said, that the love of money is the root of all evil. To give money more power than it deserves… Read More

Welcome to another episode of TOMCAST, Traditions are under attack for good reason. Too many people talk about them, few live them. Growing up in a Greek / Macedonian migrant family, unspoken traditions were a way of life. In a male dominant culture, where women were treated with contempt if they dared to challenge the patriarchal authority, virtuous women like my mother thrived, how? Women like my mother were brilliant at utilising… Read More

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