Tag Archives: life

Invest Yourself

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But, what of the end?

Originally posted on A Cornered Gurl:
Courtesy of CBS News/End of The World Images Will it come with fire and brimstone? Fearful children running alongside their parents– Threatened to be charred while in motion. Can we expect it as if…

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Unwelcome Stranger

Dear friends, this is a bit sardonic. I write in this manner not to trivialize a difficult issue, but to make what I believe is a vital point. MAN: Judge, I’d like to kill the woman living in my house. … Continue reading

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Writing – Self-Publishing and Self-Doubt

Originally posted on Andrew's View of the Week:
I suffer from writing self-doubt.  In fact, I just googled, ‘self-doubt’ to make sure I spelled it right, was using the right word and confirm that it is hyphenated. At the…

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Mixed Blessings

Originally posted on Mitch Teemley:
Part Two: Oil and Water (To read Part One, click here) Now, about that woman I was “destined to marry”… I was leading the performing artists group at a large church in Southern California. There…

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The Road Ahead

May your closest companion now and always be the one who made the road.

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Counting My Blessings

I pride myself in originality. Which is why I’m apologizing up front for the hackneyed title. But, hey, old saws are still around because they still have teeth, right? (See how I put an original spin on that phrase?). But … Continue reading

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