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Million Dollar Question

A million bucks –tax-free-lands in your lap. The hitch is that you have to spend it on experiences, not things. What would you do? With whom would you do it? How can you bring some of that to your life … Continue reading

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Helping Hand

Doing service is so good for us that we can’t even imagine the benefits. In fact, doing service is necessary for living well. Yet, when we do it to look good, because we think we should, or because it is … Continue reading

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On Aging

The truth is, at 78 I’m a little more “whatever happens.” I’ve had the greatest life in the world.-Barbara Bush Bonus : If we are lucky, as we get older the inclination to try to control our world (and everyone … Continue reading

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Who Am I

I can confidently walk through this world because I know who I am, what I’m doing, and why. – Dania Gurira Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and passing the real life wisdom on to … Continue reading

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Authentic Self

Practicum instructor evaluation of student’s competency and areas for growth _________ is very respectful of the youth and diversity that is _________. _________ is extremely competent in cultural awareness and is helping the youth be culturally aware by arranging a … Continue reading

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