Previously called "Walk with the Wise"

About Gail

I’m Gail. I love to write and speak about the things I have learnt in life about Jesus Christ, faith, courage, leadership, people and being a single Christian girl in today’s world.

This is my angle.

It can be as simple as a slight tilt of the head to see life from another’s angle. Yet that small movement can put a new perspective on what was seemingly the obvious and change our thoughts, feelings and beliefs on the subject.

As you read my angle on life, faith and the Bible, and add your angle to the mix, hopefully we will all learn something new and become a little wiser.

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Seven Random Facts About Me: 

  1. I’m a little addicted to Survivor! I love that show :)
  2. My favourite food is potatoes! I like them any way except reconstituted powdered potatoes (too many bad experiences on camps as a kid).
  3. My second favourite food is Cadbury Dairy Milk Chocolate (Australian recipe).
  4. Where most peoples default work jumper is black or navy blue, mine is baby pink.
  5. I picked this new theme because I love the rainbow tag cloud at the bottom of each page – check it out!
  6. My favourite fruit is guava.
  7. My best sport is foosball (aka table soccer).
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Comments on: "About Gail" (8)

  1. Gail, just wanted to say a big thank you for your comment on my Mothers Day Good day/Bad day post. I appreciate your words of support and I’m glad that this year wasn’t a difficult one for you. :) That post of mine wasn’t easy to write and even hard to to upload. I guess it’s easier to share the whinging and the hurrah-ing even when ones blog is somewhat anonymous. :) Much blessings.

  2. Hi Gail. I would reach those “stars” that were untouchable 45 years ago.

  3. Hey Gail,

    Good on you. You are an amazing woman in God.

    Maybe you should try the NZ recipe for Cadbury DM Choc…


    Ron and Justine

  4. Thanks Josh.

    Strengths Based Leadership is a great book! It’s great to have very practical, individually targeted tools for being a great leader. I wish more leaders had this in their tool kit.

    I’ve found Strengths Finder personally liberating. We use it both in my workplace and in my family. It is have a common language and simple explainations to discuss our differences. It’s great to livein your Strengths and to be able to help others to do the same.

    Let me know how you find Strengths Based Leadership.


    Ps Thanks for the compliment! I noticed you’ve taken on your own challenge ;)

  5. Very interesting and well presented. Keep me on your list

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