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What Each Of The Zodiac Cusp Signs Are Best Known For

Capricorn-Aquarius (1/16-1/22): Imagination and contradiction.

Capricon-Aquarius cusp signs are often caught between the two strongest parts of their personalities: they’re emotional and creative, but also crave groundedness and logic, they prefer things that are both traditional and unusual, etc. 799 more words

Here's What Your Ex Still Misses About You, Based On Your Attachment Style

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Your devotion.

The most devastating part of your breakup has been the realization that it’s not so easy to just find someone who will be as stable as you were. 426 more words

15 Personality Traits That Strongly Predict Your Romantic Future

Love, particularly love that lasts, does not happen by chance. It happens for people who are ready to drop their illusions, commit, keep committing even when it’s the harder thing to do, and generally not need someone to save them from themselves. 700 more words

Mission Minded - What Comfort Zone?

Our sermon this past Sunday was about getting outside of our comfort zone to grow in our faith and be more like the first church.  To be devoted to one another by sticking to convictions, seek outreach and fellowship, commit to prayer, and breaking bread.   550 more words

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Post-war Laos: The Politics of Culture, History and Identity

Post-war Laos : The Politics of Culture, History and Identity

By (author) Vatthana Pholsena More than a quarter of century after the end of the war in 1975, the Lao leadership is still in search for a compelling nationalist narration. 611 more words

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What Each Attachment Style Has Trouble Admitting To Themselves

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Love requires risk.

For you, the line between commitment and complacency blurs easily, mostly because you don’t have any major issues that would drive you away from a person out of fear. 443 more words

What Do You Think When You See Me?

Does my tone offend you?

Calming as the sea but can rush you like the tidal waves

Does it speak for me, louder than my words ever could… 281 more words