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Who Is REALLY in Control in Your Life?

Who Is REALLY in Control in Your Life?

Sometimes Trying to Remain in Control Makes Us Lose Control     Yes, I have experienced this for nearly the whole month of January. Other obligations and circumstances kept taking over, regardless of my attempts to control and redirect them. The result, I confess, was a less than pleasant attitude, and very little activity here on my blog, which is likely obvious to those who visit frequently and/or who subscribe to this blog. Trying continually to grasp and control something…

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If You’re Going to Talk the Talk – Then Walk the Walk

If You’re Going to Talk the Talk – Then Walk the Walk

Talk the Talk AND Walk the Walk!   This is one of those lessons of life I remember my Dad teaching.  And not only did he TEACH it –he also LIVED it! Dad always emphasized the importance of not just talking like a Christian, but also walking the dedicated life of a Christian, to be an example of Father God. Dad did that very well. He talked the talk AND walked the walk! ~~*~~ ~~*~~   Here’s your Saturday inspiration……

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Finishing What You Start – August 25 Inspiration

Finishing What You Start – August 25 Inspiration

Finishing what you start. Following through. Taking care of business. Fulfilling obligations. Whatever you want to call it, we sometimes feel like failures if we do NOT do those things. Rather than allowing a sense of defeat to set in, and thinking we need to wait to start over on our quest to meet our goals, we just need to change our mindset. A new attitude can make a huge difference toward helping us to take care of those things…

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50-50 or 100 Percent? June 7 Inspiration

50-50 or 100 Percent? June 7 Inspiration

Are relationships with others based on 50/50 shared responsibility? Or should each of us be willing to take 100% responsibility, giving preference to others, as long as we’re not involved in abusive or dangerous relationships with other people?     How often do we wish we could change somebody to be more to our liking?   Whether the person is a spouse, “significant other,” child, friend, business associate, colleague, client, service provider…there’s usually that tendency to see the negative before…

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