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Wednesday - word in the world

Every Promise I Will Ever Need

I try to help myself. I try to follow the right plan that they have dictated needs to be followed. I try to do what I believe I am supposed to do within the rules and regulations that the world has set up or sent down. The more I try, the more complicated it seems […]

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The choice makes the difference.

The Choice Makes the Difference

The excuses and the reasons had been thrown around so much that it is no wonder we are unable to see each other. I have found myself adding to the noise – especially when I want to be relieved from my responsibility. Despite the words, the truth remains the same. I am responsible – for […]

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7-23-15 Acting Better

Make the Choice to Act Better

“She was mean and out of control.” “She let her kids run out of control.” “He was rude to me.” “He let his kids break the rules.” The list goes on, but I think you get the idea. People do things and then people do things in response to those things and they are always […]

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Wednesday - word in the world

Changing Views Changes Possibilities

I attended the event with the expectation that I knew more than the speaker. He had all but proclaimed the fact in a previous discussion. I still went because I felt that I needed to go (you, know that twinge in the back of your mind that says “I know it makes no sense but […]

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Avoid the Rabbit Hole

Encouragement from Vanessa Davis Griggs

Sometimes I need reminding that it will be okay. I know in my heart that things will work out but I need something outside of self to help reinforce that understanding. I have heard many people say that social media has been destroying the connections that people used to build. For me, social media has […]

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Wednesday - word in the world

Politically Correct Rant about the Uproar

Pay close attention because I am about to get as political as I have ever gotten. Ready? I have watched the uproar of the last several years – sometimes with amusement, sometimes with shame, sometimes with anger, but most of the time with discouragement. “How could he think that? He is an educated man. The […]

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