Archive for June, 2015

What Got You Bullied as a Child Makes You Unique as an Adult

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What Got You Bullied as a Child Makes You Unique as an Adult

While we have the gift of life, it seems to me the only tragedy is to allow part of us to die—whether it is our spirit, our creativity, or our glorious uniqueness. Gilda Radner Many of us were bullied as children, for the simple offense of just being different. Anything that caused you to stick […]

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We Will All Be Held To Account

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We Will All Be Held To Account

  So then [on Judgment Day], each of us will give an account of ourselves to God. Romans 14:12   I have found that some of the simplest concepts in the bible are the most important, like the one above. When you do something, or choose not to do something, do you ever consider what […]

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I Hope Someone Offers to Pick Me Up When I Struggle

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I Hope Someone Offers to Pick Me Up When I Struggle

As you know, my dog Munson is old and sick. He is doing much better than he was a couple of months ago, but he is still a “senior citizen,” with hearing loss, arthritis, a leaky heart valve, and bad eyes. My little buddy is a bit of a mess, to be honest. In spite […]

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How to Better Relax and Enjoy Yourself at Parties

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How to Better Relax and Enjoy Yourself at Parties

This is my third and final post on what Type A’s can learn from Type B’s. I have discovered that there is actually very little we should emulate about Type B’s, and that we are in fact quite superior to them, as I suspected all along (hah!). I will admit, though, that due to our […]

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