When Patrick Henry said, “Give me liberty, or give me death,” he understood that when we take away one’s liberty we have given them a sort of death.
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It’s possible to do things for ourselves without it being about ourselves.
If we can accept five basic life principles we can be way ahead of the curve when it comes to bringing happiness to our kids.
Just because someone decides to act offensively does not mean that I need to be offended.
When you learn to forgive you become a much more powerful person than you were before.
No one should be beyond accountability and everyone should have to explain their actions.
Take on the challenge of becoming an individual who is committed to speaking truthfully and to realizing that the one who gains most from this is none other than yourself.
There is a very simple question that we should ask ourselves whenever we have a dilemma. That question is “What is it that I would like to see happen?”
Is the real me my body or is the real me my spirit?
The saying is, “You can’t be everything to everyone.” We all know that this is true. Read More
What is the one thing that we are most constantly reliant on to survive?
What is one thing I can do to make your day better? This is one question that I believe, if we asked far more, can save many relationships.