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MERRY CHRISTMAS!

“It’s not what’s under the Christmas tree that matters, it’s who’s around it.” -Charlie Brown Merry Christmas, everyone! Thank you all for taking the time to read mine and other posts on this site. It’s Christmas so I’ll keep this post nice and short. As you smile, laugh and perhaps even shed tears of joy…

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Dealing With Critics

“If you have no critics you’ll likely have no success.” -Malcolm X What or who are critics? People who assess your work and critique it is usually the more common conception. And while that may be true, we often forget one basic definition: criticism is just an opinion.

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Journeys and McGuffins

Accomplishments will prove to be a journey, not a destination. -Dwight D. Eisenhower For the longest time, one of the most commonly used phrases I’ve heard is “the end justifies the means.” Adding to that are stories of constant hustle and bustle till people reach their goals. It all makes me think; is a destination…

PRAYER VS. HOPE
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PRAYER VS. HOPE

“If the only prayer you ever say in your entire life is THANK YOU, it will be enough.” -Meister Eckhart In a previous post, I had explored whether having faith has to equate to being religious. In it, I came away with the conclusion that while the two are often correlated, the correlation is not…

Fear of the Unknown
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Fear of the Unknown

“A sly piece of of good luck, which nobody knows of is delightful.” -Publilius Syrus Is no news always good news? Not necessarily. If you don’t hear from someone for a few days and it’s because something adverse happened to them, that’s obviously not a pleasant experience.

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Opposites Attract

“Best friends never have the same nature. They just have [the] best understanding of the differences.” -Unknown Would the world be a better place if everyone thought and felt the same way? Given the adverse behavior towards the political landscape today, one might be tempted to think so. But it wouldn’t. It’s the differences, both…