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Old Jan 13, '06, 9:05 am
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Default Anybody got any good reflections for a staff meeting?

Any help would be appreciated. Its my turn to do the reflection at our next department meeting.

Our meetings go like this, We start with a prayer (I work in a Catholic Hospital) and then the person who has to take minutes for the meeting is in charge of giving a reflection.

Some read something funny, others read nice 'feel good' stories that they got in email, some read anecdotes. Its ranged from Star wars quotes to college professors filling up a jar with rocks and sand and water.

I'd like to do one that is funny but one that not everyone has seen 30 times already. I'd like to stick with a Catholic theme but office humor is good too.

I'd always wanted to do something completely different and bring in my brothers guitar and play a song but I completely suck at playing guitar and I won't sing in front of other people.

Anybody got any funny cartoons or 'feel good' emails lately. I'd also like to end in a nice quote from JPII.

I'm going to do some web searching but I appreciate any help you all have.
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Old Jan 13, '06, 10:05 am
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Default Re: Anybody got any good reflections for a staff meeting?

I usually start by looking up the feast day.
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Old Jan 13, '06, 7:42 pm
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Talking Re: Anybody got any good reflections for a staff meeting?

Pray the rosary!

That should take up 40 minutes easy!

Pray one decade if you are short on time.
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