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Will you forgive..

Each day..almost every time I do something wrong, a simple error from typo to mega mistakes that cost money, time and energy. I let it go..rarely I tell myself anything near scolding..sometimes…I even find causes , justifications for my actions. 240 more words


Values Based Career Strategy

“Happiness is that state of consciousness which proceeds from the achievement of one’s values.” – Ayn Rand

What are your values? Most of us claim specific values but when asked this question we are usually unable to really articulate them in a claim such as, “I am a socially liberal, fiscally conservative leaning, free thinking, Taoist, who prefers not to eat the flesh of other animals or fish, and believes that human beings have a responsibility to each other in terms of education, health, and general well-being”.   963 more words

Creating Your Own Transitions

7 Things You Should Never Compromise In Life

    “One life is all we have and we live it as we believe in living it. But to sacrifice what you are and to live without belief, that is a fate more terrible than dying.” ― Jeanne d’Arc… 1,291 more words


Can We Change Our Story?

Rev. Dr. Terry Gallagher delivers the message Can We Change Our Story at the First Congregational Church UCC Downers Grove, Il on Aug 24, 2014. This video is the last half of the message.


You .v. The World


The collective individuality of Self

Everyone is unique. True

Everyone has a story. True.

Everyone has a unique story. Hmmmmmmmmm.

If I asked you to fit your whole life story onto an A4 page giving the briefest of events, experiences, highs and lows, what would your inital reaction be? 351 more words

Knowing your work values is important

I recall when Wes Welker, then a wide-receiver for the New England Patriots, declared that the 2011 walkout of NFL players “is pretty sad.” He further told reporters that he was happy to be playing and never imagined he’d be making the money he is. 360 more words

Career Search

Crossing Friendship Lines

There was once a woman who was getting married in a very intimate ceremony with only very close friends and family in attendance. She kept mum over the details about her wedding but apparently, one of her friends blabbed and invited another person who the bride-to-be really did not want to be present. 392 more words

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