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Mar.22.2014
The Work of the Moment The small steps we take in life, beginning with helping others who are in need, are the most powerful steps we can take. During my journey, as I continued adjusting and seeing to those in need, I noticed who was bringing sorrow with her everywhere she went. And you know who...
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Feb.20.2014
“You are now, officially, the person you once dreamed you’d become.” ~ Mike Dooley   As a passionate observer of Inspirational artist, I sometimes research an author’s biography when selecting reading material. (I only do this when I’m unfamiliar with the artist.)  However, by doing so, I...
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Jan.30.2014
"If the stuff that you're writing is not for yourself, it won't work." Stephen King   First: Invest in a professional editor. Your book will be here longer than you will. Besides showing a display of proper grammatical usage, you must also convey the message of faith, hope, and love at...
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Jan.11.2014
What Is The Real Secret?  I can now understand that we made it through tough times by trusting in God, and I could not have done it without Him. I was living what some call “the secret,” but at that time I didn’t know the explanation for, or have a full understanding of, the law of...
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Dec.17.2013
“Be remembered for what you do next.” ~ Today I Will____:        Today I will…. be remembered as someone who is compassionate with the sacrifice and joy, and great responsibility that come with motherhood. I will share to all that I have more lessons to learn with being a better...
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Dec.04.2013
“If you want to awaken all of humanity, then awaken all of yourself, if you want to eliminate the suffering in the world, then eliminate all that is dark and negative in yourself. Truly, the greatest gift you have to give is that of your own self-transformation.” Lao Tzu Most personal accounts of...
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Dec.02.2013
Fortunately, I’d learned a valuable secret on my journey, and that is this: To be happy in this life, you must give whatever it is you want for yourself to everyone else. Give them in the spirit of love and compassion, in the spirit of health and wealth, and in the spirit of joy‒ without exception...
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Nov.09.2013
My Third Story   It’s been over five years since I started to write Imprinted Wisdom. Like any other writer who has a story that burns within, I had challenges. My first challenge was that I wasn’t a writer. And through the love and passion to share my tragic story, I...
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Nov.05.2013
In the past couple of days, I found myself pondering over some things that I read. This led me to go back in time growing up with nine brothers and seven sisters, and a dominate father. I recalled my brothers and father having to be ‘one up’ on everything. The males even let the females know they...
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Nov.03.2013
Parental Support When praising single working moms who can get it all done, we may be sending the wrong message to other single parents without the support of a spouse or other family member, and who have a tough time meeting all of their responsibilities. Having help raising children from a...
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Oct.30.2013
Impassioned Quest for Conscious Parenting and Milton’s Secret   Our world is busy in search of truer ways to a meaningful life of happiness and success. And we are spending thousands of dollars, time and energy, trying to make it all happen. But, have you noticed that regardless of how much...
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Oct.24.2013
I just got back from a memorable 4th Annual Conference of the Society of Emotional Intelligence in beautiful Tampa, FL. with my dear friend, Linda D’Angelo. I listened to speakers of all highly respected fields on Emotional Intelligence as, Colin Shaw, Jennifer Shirkani, Dr. Lynne Davidson,...
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Oct.23.2013
Where the Soul Lies   I hardly ever go to the cemetery. I had an experience in 1977 that shook my whole world for my six-year-old daughter. There was one month between the passing of her father and her grandmother. For the first year, our outings on the weekends were visits to the cemetery,...
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Sep.26.2013
"....there is the idea that there is no objective truth."   There was a time that I didn’t feel comfortable conversing with people who were strictly street smart because I thought they weren’t being fair with me or those around them. It was the way that they reasoned with everything that...
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Sep.22.2013
Fairly New Theory Has a Name  Shortly after becoming a member on Red Room, I began posting my personal experiences of finding a genre that was related to my book Imprinted Wisdom that I was working on at that time. I realized now that I kept questioning myself, since I honestly didn’...
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