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Forcing Futures

I have this thing where I always need to feel like I’m moving forward; today needs to be changed from yesterday. Not even necessarily better, but not stagnant. 189 more words


Google Chrome informs me that “unintellectual” is wrong and “nonintellectual” is correct.

However, Google Search can find references only to “unintellectual”.

True Happiness

“Many persons have a wrong idea of what constitutes true happiness. It is not attained through self-gratification, but through fidelity to a worthy purpose.”
Helen Keller

The V Series Part I

37 “Turn away my eyes from beholding vanity (idols and idolatry); and restore me to vigorous life and health in Your ways.” Psalm 119:37 (AMP) 280 more words

We Are All Flawed. Don’t Be Deceived By The Misconception Of Who You Are Because You Fail To Accept The Truth About Who You Are

One of the biggest misconceptions we have about ourselves is failure to accept the magnitude of our own flaws when in denial of who we truly are and putting blame on others because of the misconception of who we choose to be. 202 more words

6 Reasons Why Couples Divorce

Marriage was designed to be permanent. No one walks down the aisle with the goal of till seven years do us part. Unfortunately our mindset these days is not aligned with permanence but favours instant gratification and the pursuit of (fleeting) happiness, from one source to the next.  1,171 more words


The Prison of the Mind

We are trapped in a prison of our own making. Our habits, beliefs, traditions, and perceptions are prison bars of slavery. Our only hope is to trust in a set of habits, beliefs, traditions, and perceptions that are formed through Jesus Christ. 463 more words

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