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The Wishing Map 119

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Note: To read The Wishing Map from the beginning, click here. The Wishing Map Chapter Twenty-Three: Return to Rennou (Continued) Previously: The miller’s son B’frona began to tell Gina about the changes that occurred after she left Rennou. ⇔ ⇔ ⇔…

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It’s My 3rd Blogiversary!

I began this adventure three years ago not knowing what to expect. Duh. Does anyone ever know what to expect? The All-Wise Blog Sages recommended a tight focus: The Pet Lover’s Gazette > The Dog Lover’s Gazette > The Chihuahua Lover’s … Continue reading

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Our Greatest Fear

“All that matters is faith expressing itself through love.” ~Galatians 5:6

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Failure

Failure is the fertilizer that feeds success. It stinks and is unpleasant to handle, but without it success is unattainable.

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The Wishing Map 42

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Note: To read The Wishing Map from the beginning, click here. The Wishing Map Chapter Ten: Lost… (Continued) Previously: After being mistakenly celebrated as a great warrior princess and given a mansion to live in,…

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The Key to Success?

So, yeah, failure is the key to success. Yada-yada. I hate that. Don’t you?  Nevertheless, it’s true. (Dammit.) But wait, what about those exasperating stories of people for whom success came easily? Have you read the follow-up accounts? Their success always seems … Continue reading

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Fool’s Odyssey 22

To read Fool’s Odyssey from the beginning, click here. Chapter Six: Bread Upon the Water (Continued) Previously: A failure in his brief lives of materialism, sensualism, and idealism, The Fool found no new lives to pursue. ↔ The next day I bought … Continue reading

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