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Gratitude

Gratitude. It’s the daily, sometimes minute-by-minute, discipline of being appreciative in the present. Regardless of the outcome, prognosis, end-result or payoff. True gratitude isn’t situational. True gratitude doesn’t rely on circumstances or individuals. True gratitude isn’t an action, but rather a mindset. Mindset is a buzz word lately. You hear this word in relation to parenting advice, ... Read More »

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Where's Waldo

Several years ago there was a popular game that surfaced called “Where’s Waldo.” The game was a challenging search and find puzzle. In the drawings were hundreds of cartoon characters in a wide variety of colored clothing. Waldo always wore a red and white striped shirt, if I am remembering correctly. And in that sea of color and cartoon figures, finding Waldo was the goal. These puzzles were popping ... Read More »

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Choose Life

Did you know?                                                             Your heart beats 100,000 times per day In an average 70 year life span, your heart will beat 2.5 billion times It will pump five quarts of blood through your body over the next minute, ... Read More »

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Titles

I have a title at work.  It was given to me when I was hired and it designates a particular program for which I am responsible. I am a husband, a son, an uncle, a cousin, a grandchild, a brother, a friend, a co-worker, and the list could go on and on. Each day we all carry with us various titles of who we are to ourselves and to other people. How we are viewed by others, many times, depends on what we are to ... Read More »

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Cease

My wife and I recently attended a seminar at church. We arrived a little late due to the distance we traveled to get there, so we sat towards the back of the room. As we sat and listened to the facilitator, I was amused at what I saw around the room as he spoke. The topic of the session was Sabbath. And what I saw evidently didn’t resonate with many of those in the room. As the leader shared the meaning, importance, ... Read More »

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