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Losing my parents was probably the hardest and deepest blow from which I’ve had to recover. – Marlo Thomas http://ift.tt/1Vk3vzi

Marlo Thomas

Living with these teenage boys allowed me to see how much their psyches were like their girl counterparts. They were more familiar to me than I would have thought. 6 more words

Marlo Thomas

Genuine: The Effort Involved In Learning To Be You and Me #atozchallenge

G: Today’s Deb-Blog Has Been Brought to You by the Letter D for Discovery of Self and the Letter G for Genuine: The Effort Involved In Learning To Be You and Me… 867 more words

Heart & Soul

Writers Quote Wednesday Writing Challenge Wisdom

Well, I must say that the thoughts of WISDOM and WOMEN gave me the opportunity to journey through some of the most remarkable quotes. Many of those which I came across made me smile, several brought gales of laughter however when I saw the two quotes I “memed” up for this post, I knew this was my direction. 263 more words

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A Short Guide to the Good Life

This week, I’ve been dipping into a new/old book on how to live your life. It’s called A Strategy for Daily Living by psychiatrist and author Ari Kiev, and was first published in 1973. 1,812 more words

Friends, Family, and Revolutions: A Look at "Seven Revolutions"

“In a post-Christian culture the dominant worldview is not longer founded on Christian principles. . . The Church no longer shapes the culture. . . . 820 more words

So That The World May Believe