Archive for November, 2015

How to Recapture the Magic of the Christmas Season

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How to Recapture the Magic of the Christmas Season

HAPPY THANKSGIVING!! Now begins the official start of the Christmas season, so I want to discuss how you might better enjoy your experience this year. When we were children, Christmas was a magical time. We approached it with the simplicity inherent in childhood, which allowed us to fully immerse ourselves in the spirit of love, […]

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If You’re a Jerk, I Don’t Care What You’ve Accomplished in Life

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If You’re a Jerk, I Don’t Care What You’ve Accomplished in Life

Donald Trump continues to rule the airwaves in the 2016 election coverage. Also, I just came back from the Steve Jobs movie. These two things got me thinking: if someone is enough of a jerk, it doesn’t matter how much they’ve accomplished, I am never going to respect them. In my mind, this one huge […]

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Why Worry and Toil and Spin, When God Will Provide?

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Why Worry and Toil and Spin, When God Will Provide?

I try not to worry about the future—so I take each day just one anxiety attack at a time. Tom Wilson Like most Type A’s, I take the responsibilities in my life very seriously, and I tend to worry a lot about them. But I have since learned that this is foolish. Over the years […]

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True Love is Revealed When No One is Watching

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True Love is Revealed When No One is Watching

It used to be that the classic example of a PDA was kissing in public. Now I think it has been replaced by a Facebook post of your “adoring” love for your significant other. Not that I mind these—they can actually be kind of sweet, and any expression of love should generally be encouraged. I […]

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