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Snow Day!

Originally posted on Real Life of an MSW:
I was going to write a detailed post about the winter weather (all negative with a few touches of sarcasm), but somehow that feels like homework  and very ungrateful on this beautiful snow…

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The Gift of Giving

A pastor breathed life into the phrase “He’d give you the shirt off his back” when he gave this unsettling challenge to his church: “What would happen if we took the coats off our backs and gave them to the … Continue reading

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The Crisis of Faith

Marc recalls a moment from his childhood when his father called the family together. Their car had broken down, and the family would run out of money by the end of the month. Marc’s dad paused and prayed. Then he … Continue reading

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Journaling: Relationship

List five important people in your life, not including members of your family of origin. Did anything importable happen to bring you together with these people? Write down any coincidences or synchronicities you can remember.  Now, stepping into your social … Continue reading

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Gratitude

Your terrible job is the dream of the unemployed. Your house is the dream of the homeless. Your health is the dream of the ill. Your lifestyle is the dream of somebody else. Don’t let difficult times make you forget … Continue reading

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