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Finding the balance

“You could die tomorrow, so live for today.”

“By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.”

How can two statements, which are both used often, be so counteractive?

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Advice

Some things bear repeating

At the Fellowship, we’re lucky to have a front row seat to some of the most dynamic social justice movements ever! The UUFP is alive with dedicated volunteers and financial supporters. 14 more words

Community Building

Patience is not only a virtue

Patience is not only a virtue. It might also be the root of economic prosperity.

On 15 August 1248, the Archbishop of Cologne laid the foundation stone of a cathedral that would take 632 years to complete. 1,025 more words

Economics

Is It Really Too Late To Plan Your Personal Finances If You’re Over Forty

I hit 50 last year and quite frankly it was the best year of my life to date, bar none. Land mark birthdays can be so crystallising, especially when it’s a birthday that signifies the end of early youth and the onset of wise youth. 1,299 more words

Planning Your Life

Graduation is coming sooner rather than later

By Amaria Webb, News Writer

Graduation is on June 7 at Colonial Life Arena. The senior class is ready for this day. We have four more months until June 7. 205 more words

Events

Information for Persons Seeking Residency in Michigan Nursing Homes

By David Jones, Volunteer Hotline Attorney  

Nursing Homes are regulated jointly by the federal and State of Michigan governments. The federal government certifies nursing homes as eligible for Medicare and Medicaid payments.    593 more words

FYI

Getting out of an emotional fog

You can’t see where you are going; you’ve lost your vision. Maybe you’ve lost your vision for your marriage. The road you were heading down with your spouse was suddenly engulfed by an affair, illness, cancer, or an addiction. 98 more words

Marriage