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Right Lies

Is it okay to lie sometimes? Before you answer, take a couple of minutes to read this article. I used to think one way, but have recently changed my mind about the subject. Here are a couple of different scenarios of “little lies”, and the consequences of such.

10 Actions to Do to Live a Courageous Life

Use the word, and use it again! “Everyday courage” is not an oxymoron. Show how your courage is revealed when speaking up, revealing convictions and taking a risk, and so on.

Virtues and Personal Values – The “50 People, 50 States, 50 Days – No Rated-R Movies!” Challenge

Do you want to promote goodness and virtue? You and your friends can make a difference, and this article will show you one way to do so. This is example one of a series of projects to help promote a virtuous and moral society.

Learning To Sew Has Greatly Enriched My Life

I taught myself how to sew when I was 11 years old. Learning how to sew gave me confidence, self worth,and great satisfaction. I think it is a great service to teach your children a craft, skill, or art that will help them to value their own self worth and give them something that is real and down to earth. To teach them a skill is a great gift.

Innocent Passionate Furiously Embellished Constraint Seeks Verifiable Vow

MODE of Cosmic Therapy: Looking For My Soul’s Face I Left Behind The age from 10 to 11 is the most pivotal point in a person’s life, barring none. Before you read another word in this writing, think back to when you were 10 years old; who was your 5th grade teacher? At what address were you living?

Highest Good of Refrain, Not a Human Contractual Obligation

IF we were in peace and harmony with ourselves, all would be right with the world. But, instead we repress our incessant anxiety directing the sense of hopelessness and desperation onto others.

A Home Based Business – A Great Way To Make Money In College!

When you’re in school it can be hard to balance everything. From classes to friends and most of all trying to balance a job. If you’re one of the many students who have to have some sort of job while you’re in college you know how hard it can be to balance everything without letting something fall through the cracks.

The Power of Thought

No matter what goes on in the world it doesn’t have to personally effect your life. Only you can create your life by your thoughts. Our creator created every thing in abundance, if we don’t have abundance in our life we created our life that way.

Life On Purpose – How To Get Your Life Back On Track

Most worthwhile projects or goals require a series of steps and perseverance as time passes to accomplish and achieve. Projects that happen to be any amount of complex take time, preparation and staying with it through several stages over extended time periods.

Growing Up – Time Only Flies When You Throw Your Watch!

When I was 16, I wanted to be 18. At 18, I wanted to be 21. To me each age meant I was grown; what I never considered was the growth I needed between them – because maturing is a process that brings along two friends: responsibility and challenges. Every professional or personal challenge I experienced and every lesson I learned was typically about me recognizing and managing the lines in my life: learning when to cross them, when to draw them and when to read between them.

FEAR – False Evidence Appearing Real

Eleanor Roosevelt once said, “You gain strength, and courage, and confidence by each experience in which we really stop to look fear in the face. You must do that which we think we cannot.” Wow, what a statement of courage.

How to Stop Procrastinating – Lena’s Question

Lena’s story is typical of many people who want to stop procrastinating but don’t know how. They go through life unsuccessful, not realizing that their past is connected to their future.

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