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Attitude

Attitude is amazing. It is all perspective. The power of thought and determination wins every time. I’ve seen “lacking”people¬† think they had great riches and I’ve seen great riches people have lacking attitude. Happiness seems to result from a joyful … Continue reading

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So Little is So much

I’ve seen so little being so much to the person who has nothing. I’ve seen such gratitude from people with so little. I’ve seen people with nothing work so hard to help others. I’ve seen those with so much holding … Continue reading

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Ignorance is bliss

In life there are different levels of accomplishment or understanding. It is like education. There are grades 1-8. Imagine an 8th¬† grader being sent back to 2nd grade. How would that feel understanding wise? Only once that level is achieved … 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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Empowerment

thought I am in a wheelchair scooter and I usually open my own door to go into stores or places. I held the door open for a walking person the other day. Someone said to me yesterday, “let me hold … Continue reading

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Thank you, Zoe.

THANK YOU I met my friend, Zoe Nicholson, at Rollins College. Zoe is an activist and a feminist. Zoe fasted for over a month for Women’s Rights. She was honored at Rollins College by the Deans, faculty and staff, and … Continue reading

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The helping door swings both ways

LEARNING As I explained to my first graders in Sunday School today, the helping door swings both ways. What do I mean by this? Sometimes you are helping and sometimes someone is helping you. This is OK. I asked them … Continue reading

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