Nathan Pyle

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Judging in the Moment

I got a call the other night from a student on behalf of my alma mater, Indiana University, soliciting for donations to the college. As he went through the sales pitch of how my contribution would go toward scholarships, research and technology enhance …

Resolutions vs. Lifestyle

We tend to get two messages over the holidays: that this is a time of extreme stress and it’s a time of relaxation with friends and family. So which is it? Maybe it’s a before-and-after thing — now that Christmas Day is over we can mellow out a week un …

November 17, 2011

Can’t Touch This: Episode 198

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Choosing a Church

As a kid going to church, I became accustomed to traditional wooden pew seating, and singing the first, second and last verses of 15th-century hymns. Later I moved into the non-denominational realm where contemporary worship songs and edgy sermon title …

The Power of Imagination

Call me a nerd, but my fascination with the internet and how we use it led me to read a book on that very subject. In The Shallows: What the Internet is Doing to Our Brains, Nicholas Carr makes a compelling argument that because of this new medium, the …


  Ah, the infamous DTR. Men cringe at the thought of exposing their feelings during this conversation of transparency, while women delight in its clarity and direction. In a previous post, I highlighted some ways a guy can pursue a woman without s …

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