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Courage the secret ingredient.

“Decide you want it more than you are afraid of it.”

-Bill Cosby

Courage can be defined as:

  • The quality of mind or spirit that enables a person to face difficulty, danger, and pain without fear.
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Seeing the Other Side

“Peace cannot be kept by force; it can only be achieved by understanding.”
-Albert Einstein

There is a struggle that most have daily. It is a classic battle that in our minds we believe is right versus wrong.

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Communicating from the Heart

For many years now, I have been dedicated to creating conscious, honest and connected communication.  My early years were spent with people that were snappy or brisk and it left several imprints upon me as well as an overly sensitivity.  314 more words

Freedom To Live In Joy


I have a wonderful friend who texts me every day something she’s grateful for, and I text something back that I’m grateful for. We’ve been doing this for a while now and because she gets up so early, it’s usually one of the first things I do (after working out and hoping the babies go back to sleep, that is). 418 more words

The Disability of Unavailability

The eighth chapter of Acts details the ministry of Philip, an early deacon and evangelist. When reading through this chapter, it becomes apparent that Philip’s ministry was spread far and wide as he is literally shuffled from one geographic location to the next. 949 more words

recovery@theSalvos 19.03.2015

Deuteronomy 30:15-20
Look at what I’ve done for you today: I’ve placed in front of you Life and Good, Death and Evil. And I command you today: Love GOD, your God. 236 more words

Living Life Recovery

Resource: DBT Willingness over Willfulness

cultivate a willing response to each situation.

  • Willingness is doing just what is needed. Focusing on effectiveness. It is tolerating this moment. It is saying “ok, I’m going to work with this the best I can.”
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