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Just Asking... (Are you listening to the wrong voices?)

Are you listening to the wrong voices?


Voices Рpeople’s expressed opinions.


I remember the process of looking to purchase my first house. As an eager and gung ho property virgin, I went to the bank to speak to one of the bank’s representatives. 462 more words

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Just Asking... (Do you realize love doesn't hurt like that?)

Do you realize love doesn’t hurt like that?


Hurt – to feel emotional pain, or make somebody feel emotional pain; to cause somebody or yourself physical injury. 344 more words

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Just Asking... (Do you know temptation is shrewd?)

Do you know temptation is shrewd?


Shrewd – inclined to deal with others in a clever underhanded way.


You’ve been thinking about it for some time. 561 more words

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Just Asking... (Is money your master?)

Is money your master?


Master – one having authority over another.


When I was growing up, I heard that money was evil. As well intentioned as my elders were, they left out one important component of that saying. 471 more words

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Just Asking... (Are you really ready to receive your request?)

Are you really ready to receive your request?

Request – the act of asking or petitioning for something to be done or given.

If a six-year-old child came to you and asked you to take him to get his driver’s license, you would probably tell him you will take him to get it when he’s older and more mature. 349 more words

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Just Asking... (Do you realize you will eventually reap what you sow?)

Do you realize you will eventually reap what you sow?

Reap – to obtain something, especially as a consequence of previous effort or action.

Some people go through life treating others harshly. 359 more words

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Just Asking... (Is your past hindering your progress?)

Is your past hindering your progress?

Hinder – to cause delay, interruption, or difficulty in, hamper, impede; to prevent from doing, acting or happening.

Some people fail to move forward because of things in their pasts. 296 more words

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