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Look in the Rearview Mirror

November 26th 2007

Have you ever looked back, reflected and identified the four or five key players in your life who have significantly impacted you?  The four or five people who have positively inspired you, leaving an indelible imprint on your life?
 
They may have been teachers, mentors, coaches, friends, pastors, and others who inspired you in positive, unforgettable ways. (more…)

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It’s All About What We Scatter Each Day

November 19th 2007

George Carlin’s wife recently passed away, and the message that follows are his words following the loss of his wife:

“The paradox of our time in history is that we have taller buildings but shorter tempers, wider freeways, but narrower viewpoints. We spend more, but have less, we buy more, but enjoy less. We have bigger houses and smaller families, more conveniences, but less time. We have more degrees but less sense, more knowledge, but less judgment, more experts, yet more problems, more medicine, but less wellness. (more…)

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Striving to Achieve a Healthy Balance

November 12th 2007

Some people love the fast-paced and constant challenges life presents them each day, while others enjoy the simple life that is not so fast-paced and each day isn’t filled with challenges.
 

I recently heard someone share how we can all enjoy a more simplistic life if that’s what we choose to do each day. (more…)

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Time to Give Thanks Each Day

November 5th 2007

What are you thankful for today?
 

So many times I find myself thinking about the one thing I don’t have versus all the wonderful things I should be thankful for in my life.
 

It’s easy to take things for granted, like our health, family, jobs, homes, and something as simple as the bed we sleep in each evening.  The freedom we all enjoy and many of the simple pleasures of life are some of things I think about during this season of Thanksgiving. (more…)

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