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How to Deal with the Two Different Types of Guilt

Sometimes it feels as if there’s no end to the guilt hoisted upon me by others. Generally, these statements come in the form of, “You SHOULD .” While there’s no reason the word, “should,” need be entirely removed from the English language, it’s frequently the word choice of people when they want to use guilt as leverage to direct me toward a different course of action. 380 more words

Personal Struggles

Time off is much needed!

It is Friday. Usually I don’t look forward to Friday’s. Friday is a reminder of how distracted I get throughout the week. It reminds me of all the stuff I never accomplished. 218 more words


Your Sins Will Find You Out

I was revisited by one of my sins this morning.

When I was about ten, I found my older sister’s diary, tore page after page out of it on which she talked about her boyfriend and wondered about their future. 419 more words


2 Corinthians 7:10 (Shame Or Sorrow)

For the kind of sorrow God wants us to experience leads us away from sin and results in salvation. There’s no regret for that kind of sorrow. 480 more words

Daily Walk

How to spot a cheat!

Far too often I get asked the question, “How do I know if my partner is cheating on me?”

It’s not always an exact science, however there are some tell-tell signs to look out for that could help solve the mystery… 164 more words

New Year resolutions


This is a kaizen proposal about New Year resolutions.

Obviously, when I mention NY resolutions as an English teacher, I do so in the context of saying: 1,376 more words


The Plowman

‘Twas early morn when he awoke
The sun still slept dawn had not broke
Ate the victuals she’d left for him 63 more words