Monthly Archives: February 2012

Maybe?

I was talking to one of my best friends last night. She is in her 80’s. I am in my 40’s. We became friends about 17 years ago. What brought us together? Star Trek I always find she has wisdom. … Continue reading

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value multiplied

I often think…good thing I do not buy their bunk. If I believed society, I’d be a useless person crying in the corner. I know I am valuable, so are you. Others will try to convince you that they are … Continue reading

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The right answer

I read this today and decided to share it with you… 1976 Seattle Special Olympics. Nine young competitors, all mentally or physically challenged assembled at the starting line for the 100 yard dash. At the sound of the gun, they … Continue reading

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Your Strength

If you stink at math, would you consider being a mathematician? If you hate English, would you like to be a writer? Everyone has their God given gift. Everyone has their strength. Did you ever say…I’m really good at that! … Continue reading

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Choices

My Sunday school’s class today was about Making Choices. Good or Bad. The lesson was… Good brings you closer to God. Bad takes you further away. This was a great educational lesson for them and a great teaching tool for … Continue reading

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