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Overwhelm the World with Good – Wisdom Wednesday

We think we are powerless to effect change, but can we not choose to overwhelm the world with good  and create an impact equal to or greater than that created by those who choose to overwhelm it with ill?  We all struggle to change the tiniest of habits in our own lives that we abhor. Why wouldn’t we […]

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Religion, the UnChurched & Politics

Religion is a hot button topic, especially with the election antics well under way. Even though it was  decreed long ago that there should exist a separation of church and state, I do not believe that our beliefs can ever be removed from our choices and actions, overt or otherwise.  We don’t have to talk […]

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We Are Not Broken
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We Are Not Broken – You Are Not Broken

Welcome to Wisdom Wednesday Feeling and believing that we are broken or don’t measure up in some way…that we are flawed…inadequate…and in need of fixing…is an illusion. You are not broken. Perfection is a fantasy.  As human beings we have the ability to see, to conceptualize, a more perfect something. It’s an ability that drives […]

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Wisdom Wednesday – Being Authentic

Being authentic requires us to change… and change doesn’t come easily for any of us. In fact, it becomes more difficult with age. Decades of buried hurts and confusion have clouded our vision, damped our courage and our ability to be authentic. We no longer even know where to begin. We must remind ourselves, however, that we have gained strength along […]

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The Mask of Fear – International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day and the hashtag #OneDayIWill I planned to write a blog on fear today, but the first thing to capture my attention was the header on the Google Home Page noting International Women’s Day. I know women in this country or more blessed than women in other parts of the world, but I couldn’t help but be […]

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