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Characterized—How So?

Characterization is the color of the ribbon that wraps you in the package that’s you. It’s the stripe that defines you. What’s the best characterization of you when uncertainty hovers as the new norm over daily living?  Whether it hovers for a season or...

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Replenished — How So?

There’s nothing like a tender nuzzle of assurance when your confidence begs to be replenished. That truth applies to all kinds of creatures—people creatures as well. “O Brother Where Art Thou” had George Clooney in a tight spot more than once. Funny movie! Not so...

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Established—How so?

Established in Self-worth is a Rich Form of Confidence You’ve heard it said: “She’s comfortable in her own skin.” Can we agree that some individuals radiate harmonious evidence that somewhere along the way, they have established confidence? Those personalities exude a...

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Redeemed—How So?

Redeemed is a life-changing concept Ready or not—a bold New Year has arrived, bringing with it untold opportunities and fresh beginnings. Maybe it offers a chance to “buy back” a lost vision for the future or a reason to get excited about a different job. Perhaps your...

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Awestruck Is The Place to be This Christmas

Leave it to a Child Have you given much thought to what has the power to make your mouth drop open in inexplicable wonder? It takes something special like a shooting star or ocean waves in a storm, maybe a Thoroughbred crossing the finish line to evoke amazement in...

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Engage Your Countless Treasures

One Way to Engage Your Countless Treasures is to Discover No Two Are Alike We’ve all seen the phenomenal displays of countless treasures delivered up from the depths of the ocean. They never cease to cover the water’s edge with magnificence. Isn’t it in...

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Connected—How So?

Wonderful Works to Keep Us Connected Isn’t it reassuring that wonderful works are only a cure away?  Polio, measles, and rubella, have all been eliminated in the United States. And smallpox has also been eradicated worldwide. According to Health24, five diseases...

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Characterized—How So?

Characterization is the color of the ribbon that wraps you in the package that’s you. It’s the stripe that defines you. What’s the best characterization of you when uncertainty hovers as the new norm over daily living?  Whether it hovers for a season or...

read more

Replenished — How So?

There’s nothing like a tender nuzzle of assurance when your confidence begs to be replenished. That truth applies to all kinds of creatures—people creatures as well. “O Brother Where Art Thou” had George Clooney in a tight spot more than once. Funny movie! Not so...

read more

“Be tender with the young, compassionate with the aged, And tolerant of the weak… Because someday in your life you will be all of these.”

George Washington Carver

“Be tender with the young, compassionate with the aged, And tolerant of the weak… Because someday in your life you will be all of these.”

George Washington Carver

“Be tender with the young, compassionate with the aged, And tolerant of the weak… Because someday in your life you will be all of these.”

George Washington Carver

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