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Three Simple Stories of Truths

For thousands and thousands of years, numerous people have tried to explain simple concepts and truths that have stood the test of time. Well, I have some good news!! A little while ago, I came across three short stories that illustrate three Truths in… Continue Reading “Three Simple Stories of Truths”

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Wonderful Worldwide Traditions of New Year’s

The annual celebration of New Year’s Eve is one of my favorite times of the year. It is during this time that we reminisce about the past year and, at the same time, look ahead, plan, and make resolutions for the future. Millions and… Continue Reading “Wonderful Worldwide Traditions of New Year’s”

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The Story of the Christmas song, “I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day”

In March of 1863, 18-year-old Charles Appleton Longfellow walked out of his family’s house on Brattle Street in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and—unbeknownst to his family—boarded a train bound for Washington, D.C., traveling over 400 miles across the eastern seaboard in order to join President Lincoln’s Union… Continue Reading “The Story of the Christmas song, “I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day””

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The “Twelve Days of Christmas” Explained

Millions of people know the vintage Christmas song, “The Twelve Days of Christmas.” It is one of the most well-known and beloved songs of the holiday season. But, do you know what each item in the song represents? Well…good news! Today you are going… Continue Reading “The “Twelve Days of Christmas” Explained”

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Thing’s You Can’t Eat

People are always wondering to themselves what they can or can’t eat. They are worried about their weight and are constantly looking for the “perfect diet” that will help them shed those dastardly extra pounds. People ask themselves, “Should I eat just vegetables? What… Continue Reading “Thing’s You Can’t Eat”

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Leadership and the Wisdom of Wolves

Leadership can come in a variety of forms. Some people lead by example, some good, some bad. Some individuals lead others from the front while others lead from behind. Some people think that their popularity from their peers is a type of leadership. There… Continue Reading “Leadership and the Wisdom of Wolves”

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The Incredible Power of Music

Music. Its power and effect on people are unmistakable. It can soothe and comfort the soul, it can create an air of nostalgia, make that special moment more romantic, make you mad, make you sad, the list goes on an on. It’s funny how… Continue Reading “The Incredible Power of Music”

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The Mother with One Eye

Judging other people can be a struggle for almost anyone on a daily basis. People can find themselves judging others in a variety of ways. If could be something as small as how someone looks or how they act. We could be judging them… Continue Reading “The Mother with One Eye”

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Wonderful Traditions of New Year’s in America

The annual celebration of New Year’s Eve is one of my favorite times of the year. It is during this time that we reminisce about the past year and, at the same time, look ahead, plan, and make resolutions for the future. Millions and… Continue Reading “Wonderful Traditions of New Year’s in America”

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Worldwide Traditions of Christmas

We as Americans know the customs of Christmas here in the United States…but have you ever wondered what some of the traditions of Christmas are like in other parts of the world? Well, sit back and discover some short, interesting facts, how other people… Continue Reading “Worldwide Traditions of Christmas”

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Saving A Life: It Could Be Your Own

Let’s say it’s 7:30pm and you’re going home in your car (alone of course) after an unusually hard day on the job. You find yourself really tired, upset and frustrated. Your job has been very stressful, the boss has been giving you a hard… Continue Reading “Saving A Life: It Could Be Your Own”

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The Lesson of the Penny

It’s funny how you can learn things from even the smallest things in our life. In today’s story, you’ll find an interesting way to remember where our trust SHOULD be every day. ———————————- Several years ago, a friend of mine and her husband were… Continue Reading “The Lesson of the Penny”

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