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Election eve

It’s election eve here in the United States, the day before the big election. Many are nervous. Anxious. Afraid. Hopeful. Biting fingernails. Pacing. Wanting their candidates to win. Many are sorely afraid that we’ll wake up Wednesday is some hell-razed … Continue reading

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I made a mistake. I am sorry.

Admitting when we’ve made a mistake can be hard.  We can feel such shame and guilt and embarrassment.  It can be hard to say “I’m sorry,”  “I was wrong,”  “Please forgive me”.  Especially because parts of us may not want … Continue reading

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You can’t please everyone so you gotta please yourself.

Thank you for that quote, Ricky Nelson. “You can’t please everyone so you gotta please yourself.” I suppose some of you don’t like that headline, right?  Some of you think it’s too “pop culture”, don’t you?   Some of you … Continue reading

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