Monthly Archives: January 2019

Thought for Today (1/30/19)

Spend more time judging yourself, and you won’t have time to judge others. -ME

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And Another…..(1/28/2019)

Today, I was researching how religion and/or spirituality can help a person, not only mentally, but also physically when I came across an article written by Nigel Barber P.h.D. Mr. Barber claims that: 1. The more infectious diseases in a … Continue reading

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Thought for Today (1/28/2019)

This morning on the news, the reporter stated it’s not that the Democrats don’t want a barrier built between Mexico and the United States, and the funding is no problem, they just don’t want it called a “wall”. If that … Continue reading

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Thought for Today (1/25/2019)

Life starts out a journey with adults around you making the choices that will put you on a path, hopefully to success. I would hope that all the adults around you would make choices in your best interest, but I … Continue reading

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Thought for Today (1/24/2019)

When life hands you obstacles, you can choose to turn around and go backwards in defeat, or better yet, you can plow through them and continue your course. ~ ME

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Thought for Today (1/21/2019)

First of all, bullying is bullying.  No matter how much we want a world where peace and love is abundant and bullying does not exist, humans are imperfect and for some of our society being a bully is all they … Continue reading

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Thought for Today (1/20/2018)

Republicans have introduced bills in both the House and Senate that would prevent government shutdowns in the future. Democrats do not support the bills. During the past 39 years, there have been 10 shutdowns with furloughs. Four have happened during … Continue reading

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