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16 Oct

The spiritual Revolution The keeper of your heart Nine     I feel we are all aware of the negative things we are exposed to daily. It’s our responsibility to limit the amount of exposure we have to the toxic situations and individuals. When we hear negative information, and visualize unspeakable crimes against mankind on a regular basis it may bruise our spiritual being. We are critical thinkers, we know that exposing ourselves to toxic chemicals can damage our bodies…..

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02 Oct

A spiritual Revolution Be Creative Seven   Some would define creativity at inventing something new. I love taking something old, boring, or discarded and bring life to it. I love refurbishing old furniture, re-decorating a drab room on a dime, and something as menial as having baked chicken one evening for dinner and re-inventing the leftovers into amazing fajitas the following evening. I know, right? I can’t believe I’m sharing this with you! Having the ability to bring life to…..

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25 Sep

A spiritual Revolution Be Curious Six     Curiosity is the gateway to knowledge. Children are curious, creative individuals. A child will thrust himself into an activity out of curiosity, without reservation. Young children haven’t a clue they may be incapable of accomplishing a task due to their size, age or mental aptitude. They are not overwhelmed with fear and doubt. The possibilities are endless. They don’t feel they should be good at a task to enjoy it, either. An…..

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09 Sep

Spiritual Revolution Viewing the world through the eyes of a child Four   I recall struggling to learn to whistle at around the age of five, and I have been whistling ever since. My maternal grandmother use to tell my mother, ” A whistling woman and a crowing hen, never comes to no good end.” Viewing the world through the eyes of a child would require taking off your blinders. It would require retraining yourself to view the world without…..

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07 Sep

Touching poem by an older man. Started by JessieBelle 4 years ago When an old man died in the geriatric ward of a nursing home in an Australian country town, it was believed that he had nothing left of any value. Later, when the nurses were going through his meagre possessions, They found this poem. Its quality and content so impressed the staff that copies were made and distributed to every nurse in the hospital. One nurse took her copy…..

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04 Sep

Spiritual Revolution Faith of a child Three   The faith of a child is not skeptical, fearful or full of doubt. I think our faith is limited, when we are consumed with emotions of fear and doubt due to our current circumstances. The definition of faith is the substance of things hoped for, and the evidence of things not seen. I define faith with my salvation experience. When I embraced salvation, I was hoping for a transformation. What I experienced…..

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14 Aug

Welcome to the spiritual revolution. Most of us have accomplished our life objectives and continue to feel unfulfilled. We have somehow lost appreciation for the splendor of life. With an appreciation of life, we find joy, peace, and a since of awe in the beauty around us. When we were children we were overwhelmed with the splendor around us. We awakened each day with anticipation and excitement of the activities before us. We were easily entertained while lying in the…..

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01 Feb

  Priceless gifts Time with a friend   I have many precious memories of my childhood. Some with my beloved family and childhood friends.     In 2014  I  was contacted by a family member that my childhood friend Nikki had been diagnosed with cancer. I called Nikki and we decided to schedule a much-needed visit. During the course of our conversation, I discovered Nikki’s mother, Janice had been diagnosed with cancer as well. I was deeply saddened by the revelation that…..

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01 Jan

Empowering Children Empowering a young person is the act of placing tools in a child’s hands, enabling him to soar above the adversity and confusion swirling around him in our current society. Empowerment gives a young person the confidence and self-assurance needed for survival. When a person is sure of who they are, they are not likely to be thrown to and fro by the influence of others. Most individuals are influenced by others when: 1. They do not have…..

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22 Nov

A wounded culture   http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwjArZn2-7nQAhXj5IMKHZwpD3wQqQIIHjAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.foxnews.com%2Fus%2F2016%2F11%2F19%2Ffather-fallen-soldier-says-plane-passengers-booed-family.html&usg=AFQjCNHyGFwGH6xFEr-imcy8KL11RHsUTQ     Wounded individuals maintain a fighting stance with clinched fists before them, always prepared for an anticipated attack. We are a wounded culture residing in a wounded society, ready to fight when we feel our rights have been violated. I am greatly saddened by the disrespectful response of the passengers in the first class section aboard the American Airlines aircraft, concerning one of our fallen soldiers. I do not believe the passengers in the…..

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