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Sunday Inspiration

Sunday Inspiration: Forgiveness

Do you agree? Novelists tackle forgiveness often in our fiction. Are our characters stronger because they’re able to forgive the imperfections of others? And how about the people we know in our real lives? What can’t you forgive? Who can’t you forgive? And how do we go about it when we’re ready? Each of us…

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Be A Be Keeper

My son has taken up beekeeping. And while I’m not inclined to join him in his new hobby, I am enthused about keeping “bes.” That’s not a misspelling. Here’s what I mean. “Say what you want and BE who you are, because those who matter don’t mind and those who mind don’t matter.” I’d love…

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Sunday Inspiration: Why?

“I believe every child is born with the Why Chromosome, which pushes us to ask questions about the nature of the universe. And as we grow older those questions become deeper and deeper. As a child the word why was certainly a provocative part of my vocabulary. But throughout my younger life — in church,…

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Sunday Inspiration: Our Task

We celebrated Earth Day yesterday at our local state park and enjoyed myriad birds and fellow humans. (Alas the bobcats and alligators stayed out of sight.) This quote by Albert Einstein is such a welcome  reminder to celebrate and protect our precious planet and its inhabitants all year long. As the photo says: Pass It On.

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Sunday Inspiration: How Far?

“How far you go in life depends on your being tender with the young, compassionate with the aged, sympathetic with the striving, and tolerant of the weak and the strong, because someday in your life, you will have been all of these.” –George Washington Carver

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