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It’s Not About What You Are, But What You Did!

Just as most people convicted of homicide aren’t judged based on “who they are” but rather “what they did”, this same approach should be used for any conversation of rebuke. The real discussion, offense, and point here is the act itself, not the intention behind it. Continue reading

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Master Change

Resolve to be a master of change rather than a victim of change.

– Brian Tracy Continue reading

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God Wants You To Have Lots Of Sex…With Your Spouse

The pages of this book will show you and your spouse how creative sex in marriage—the way God created it—is a tremendous catalyst that leads to much more than a week of happiness. Continue reading

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Discounts for Seniors

This content came to me from a friend of mine and can be useful for all people above the age of 55, some as young as 50.  Thanks Tim! As I was waiting in line behind an older gentleman at Wendy’s recently,I heard him ask for his senior discount. The girl at the register apologized … Continue reading

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Time-Saving Tech Tips for You

Here are some great tips for how to do what you already do faster or better. Continue reading

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Racist by Accident?

Racism doesn’t come from a person’s culture, it comes from their understanding of the world. If you are willing to meet them, get to know them, and let them get to know you, you could change more hearts and minds than you would believe. Continue reading

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Water-Powered Flight…Awesome!

This is absolutely on my bucket list.  Too cool for words. Jetlev — How It Works – YouTube.

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Will You Serve?

What if we chose to serve others rather than be served? #whatif #possibilitythinking #hopetoledo — Bishop Michael Pitts (@bishoppitts) March 20, 2013  

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A Call To Men

Tony Porter makes a call to men everywhere: Don’t “act like a man.” Continue reading

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Communication is a Path, Not an Event

If your tactic is to have a one-shot, the equivalent of a pickup line in a singles’ bar, it’s pretty hopeless. Continue reading

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