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Midnight Motivation and Musings 110

Life is a continuum and as much as we don’t like our comfort being disturbed the truth is that after a while your comfort zone becomes stale, discomforting and claustrophobic. 126 more words


Got People Trouble?

Every cell in our body is affected by how we think and feel about ourselves and others. If we want to save ourselves the trouble of dis-ease and enjoy healthy, happy, relaxed, energetic, and peaceful minds and bodies, we must believe Kipling. 90 more words


Pam Boyd reblogged this on Two-Minute Tune-Up and commented:

This was a good reminder for me today. I thought there might be someone else who needed it too. Better day to you!

Rules of Engagement

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Hello. I don’t have a blog schedule, I just write when I feel like it.

I realize that most of us don’t grow up being taught how to make friends or what is normal, healthy in a relationship. 563 more words

We choose our life

Before we come here to this world, we choose our “best case” life scenario. Imagine having lots of scenarios to choose, like the actors do, and picking the role you want to play to experience and expand your consciousness in the movie called “this life”. 170 more words


Dating a Christian girl

Three weeks ago, I met a good looking girl with strawberry blonde hair, that I recently found out was Christian. And not just the casual type of Christian, but the go-to-church-every-Sunday kind of girl. 310 more words

Self Help

Believing in Good

Believing in Good

Pentecost 121


“The trick of living is to slip on and off the planet with the least fuss you can muster. I’m not running for sainthood. 930 more words

#87 Bricked.

Wall over wall, I’m out of bricks. So I use every shard scattered on my feet. I use your every ugly word to make a new layer, then I take the memory of every hurtful action and cement my belief. 130 more words