Quotes and Notes #236, July 6
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“I like geography best, he said, because your mountains and rivers know the secret—Pay no attention to boundaries.”—Brian Andreas—
In Massachusetts, the statute of limitations for filing for workers compensation benefits is four years. Chapter 152 under the General Laws of Massachusetts states “for injuries on or after January 1, 1986, a claim must be filed with the insurer within four (4) years of the date an employee becomes aware of the causal connection between their disability and their employment.” Note that the law focuses on the time when the claimant became aware that his injury is work related, which in some cases can be some time after the time of the injury. 51 more words
When it comes to doing what God has called us to do, we almost always have excuses. But we’re not alone.
Moses had his excuses. … 192 more words
“There are no limits to your progression, and there never will be an arrival or end to learning, so you might as well view your struggles as lessons. 32 more words