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Without All Quantity

“Hee speaks more fully and more safely, that saith, God is being itselfe, or perfection itselfe. . . . So all plurality be excluded, . . 109 more words

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The Atlantic: We're Running Out Of Nurses!

America’s 3 million nurses make up the largest segment of the health-care workforce in the U.S., and nursing is currently one of the fastest-growing occupations in the country.

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Monkey business ahead for Malcolm, Bill and Tony

It’s the Lunar New Year, the most important festival on the Chinese calendar with many attendant traditions, all designed to maximise good luck in the year ahead. 1,347 more words

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The Times..."they are a changin'..."

Is there really anyone that can turn this Nation around?   We are where we are because of the “evolving”of our Constitution, our laws, and the loss of “We the People…” as the true voice of America.   735 more words

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Weather Contrasts

Sixty-mile-per-hour winds with snow are forecast for tonight, tomorrow and tomorrow night. Part of me is glad, remembering childhood snow days and staying home from school to go sledding on new snowdrifts piled in our two-lot yard.

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The Whole is Greater than the Sum of its Parts

While this quote of Aristotle always inspired me whenever I felt overwhelmed or alone, frustrated with my own limitations and inadequacies…it also rendered me dissatisfied and disillusioned in my quest to be a member of that one great whole, or team that I could latch onto and add my small part to a much greater and more powerful transformation. 652 more words

Daily Thoughts

Critical Eye

Critical eye? I’ll say! Everything I do right now is with a critical eye. Quite literally, I’m trying to marshal – as cost-effectively as I can – what I have, and turn it into something I don’t have. 323 more words

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