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Daniel's Gift

Review of Daniel’s Gift by Barbara Freethy

Overview from www.bn.com: In her impetuous summer of love, Jenny St. Claire found Luke Sheridan — her dashing knight in intern’s scrubs. 551 more words

Book Review

How to Stay Young

In a word, live.

Two people in my life exemplify this better than anyone I’ve ever known.  My mom and her dear friend Gary.  He’s newly turned 80(still a looker by any standard) and my mom is a glowing 68.  447 more words

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Poke the Box

I just finished reading Seth Godin’s Poke the Box, and as usual with anything I read of his, I came away feeling inspired and motivated.  388 more words

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What Empathy Is and What It’s Not

Empathy:  the intellectual identification with or vicarious experiencing of the feelings, thoughts, or attitudes of another.

Something happened yesterday that’s continued my thinking about this subject of empathy. 347 more words

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I wonder if it could be said that every bad decision we ever make starts with ME.  ME want.  ME need.  ME feel.

I’ve recently been drawn to watching shows like Lockup and the Investigative Discovery channel.  295 more words

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10 Dollops of Wisdom on Reading

1. The greatest gift is a passion for reading. It is cheap, it consoles, it distracts, it excites, it gives you knowledge of the world and experience of a wide kind. 215 more words

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5 Things to Do When Hard Stuff Happens

And it will.  Let’s face it.

There are no free rides in this world.  Potholes appear out of nowhere sometimes, and there’s just no way to go around them. 718 more words

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