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Good Question

Albert Einstein, one of the world’s brightest minds said, “The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existence.” The truth is when curiosity strikes and we begin to ask questions, something amazing happens in … Continue reading

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Trust Moves!

Everything in me wanted to turn right, but the GPS said the fastest way was to turn left, in the opposite direction of where I was heading. What should I do? Which voice should I listen to? The voice in … Continue reading

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Kind Words are Valuable

“A word fitly spoken is like apples of gold in a setting of silver.” Proverbs 25:11 Words matter and have a profound effect on us. We cherish comments, we prize praises, we appreciate accolades, and we treasure tributes. Words hold … Continue reading

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Laugh More, It Helps

There is a wise truth from the Bible that says, “A joyful heart (laughter) is good medicine…” Proverbs 17:22. Most everyone loves a good laugh, and we should, as it holds not only great blessings in life, but is good … Continue reading

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It Really Does Take Hard Work

The old maxim ‘hard work pays off’ still rings true, even in our world where the entitlement attitude reigns. I was waiting for my beverage at our local coffee shop and two young twenty somethings were waiting as well. They … Continue reading

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Maximizing Your Stretch

I am not sure about you, but the stretch it takes to be consistent in exercise is not my favorite. I know it’s good for me and I exercise most every day, but much of the time, it’s difficult. I … Continue reading

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A Hidden Beauty in Connection and Inclusion

“We’ve been buddies for over 60 years,” was the opening comments as he began the eulogy. “Our lives were intertwined where his life was an extension of mine, and my life an extension of his, and I learned a lot … Continue reading

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