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Ideas on how to lead a Gratitude Project
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Sharing the gospel with Aid Sudan
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Perfectionism is the ultimate creativity killer. Its roots, to name a few, are fear, insecurity, control, and shame that walks a thread-bare tightrope between the chasms of avoiding pain and fear of rejection. Perfectionism stalls projects. It divides people and creative teams. It increases tentativeness, uncertainty, and doubt. I said it’s a creativity killer, didn’t I? Perfectionism stands in stark contrast to artistic excellence, integrit»
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Today's the day - {a global applause for the Creator} because gratitude really does change everything.  Tomorrow - July 1 - I'll post a place for everyone to link to their "Applause Day" photos. Won't you join me? That there be places of quiet stillness before the Lord each day - linking on Saturdays with Sandra... 2012 Project 366 Photo Page
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Whining and feeling sorry for myself is pathetic, unproductive, and sorely lacking in gratitude, but I choose to sit in that sorry place for a moment. I'm not happy to have sent my Nikon back for repairs - right after UPS finally finds our house and delivers it. And I'm not happy that I have to increase my RA meds - after working so hard to wean the dosage down. And I'm certainly not happy that I need handicap parking. I step outside»
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On Mother's Day 2012 Remembering my mother with much love gratitudeMary Eleanor Gardner White May 10, 1918 - April 19, 2001 {Photo-my paternal grandmother, Lucille White, my mother with me, my dad with my brother, my maternal grandmother, Mary Gardner, 1952} 2012 Project 366 Photo Page
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Do you ever catch yourself complaining about something, and then repent when you realize the absurdity of your complaint? Like when Facebook makes changes and everyone complains because they don't like the changes, and it's so absurd because we're complaining about something that's free?  It's pathetic, isn't it? It's bad enough when we whine and complain about this and that, but about something that's free when we really should be gra»
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It's just a house on a street in a town, It may not look special to you, But this is the house where we lived and we loved, Where we slept and we ate and we grew.~Claire Cloninger/Nancy Gordon When bright sunlight illuminates the rich, dark foliage dotting our Pollywog Creek landscape and warm, moist air greets us at the break of day, there's no denying that summer's arrived. It's when my leisurely moments on the backyard swing sipping fresh-br»
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[Guest Post] Once upon a time, I desired so badly to have something meaningful in my life. And for me, that meaning was not found unless I was working toward something BIG. When I was a little girl, I remember telling my mom, “I’m bored, there is NOTHING to do, mom.” Those were small days. I hoped for big days to come when I could make something of myself. What I didn’t realize was that big days can also bring stress, pride and trials. N»
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"The best things in life are nearest: Breath in your nostrils, light in your eyes, flowers at your feet, duties at your hand, the path of right just before you. Then do not grasp at the stars, but do life’s plain, common work as it comes, certain that daily duties and daily bread are the sweetest things in life." ~ Robert Louis Stevenson This "carpe diem in an ordinary life" seems to be a common thought everywhere I look these days. Either o»