Wisdom

5 Battle Tools To Help In Hard Moments

For several years, I’ve been applying as an advanced reviewer for both fiction and nonfiction books. Most of the time, I’m excited to read these books, and even more thrilled to share my thoughts about them. I started following Kelly Balarie’s blogs a year or so ago when she released a book called Fighting Fear. …

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A Word to the Wise–or the Wanna-Be Wise

Years ago, a pastor suggested reading through the Book of Proverbs every month. One chapter per day, 31 chapters in the book, seemed like a reasonable idea. Especially if you’re looking to be wise. Wisdom isn’t a highly sought after commodity in many circles. People are content to “know enough” to do their jobs, take …

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How is that Year of Gratitude Coming Along?

If you follow my on social media, you know that I’ve been posting and tweeting everyday about gratitude. Some of those memes have gotten a little more toward the “refecting on life” side of things. And since my brain is just as fried this week as it was last week, I thought I’d share some …

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Seven Days of Smiles

Smile! It’s Friday. Your face can do this. I promise. Some weeks are rougher than others. No matter what, Friday always looks better when we can regurgitate the good parts. Still sounds gross? Sorry. Here are the memes. I included last weekend because, hey, I didn’t want you to miss out on more reasons to …

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Attitude Update

#BePositivein2015 is my annual focus. If you follow me on Twitter, you’ve been barraged with posts having this hashtag or something like #Positiveattitude. Does that mean I haven’t said a negative word all year? Or that all my thoughts have been positive and uplifting? I won’t dare God to send a lightning bolt my way …

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Two hours makes a difference in a morning run

Summer wanes. One sure sign is the later appearance of the sun each morning. One of the things I enjoy about summer is the early morning runs. I’ll be outside at 6am, inhaling the sweet peace of a slumbering world. Unless I want to blunder around in the dark, which defeats half the enjoyment, it …

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What is Wisdom?

“Wisdom consists of the anticipation of consequences” – Norman Cousins Four months away from having a Bachelor of Arts in English Language and Literature conferred upon me by a reputable institution of higher learning, I ponder the definition of wisdom. Many of the quotations I found while searching for something that partnered well with my …

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