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On truth, lies, and the in between

We have all been told to tell the truth in life.  We tell our kids it’s important, we get mad when politicians don’t, and we may even go so far as to say, “Well, it says to speak the truth … Continue reading

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Hmmm

Have you ever noticed: it’s not what you say so much as how you say it? We have become a society full of sarcasm, put-downs, and verbal slams against something, usually someone, with whom we disagree. Why? When did kindness … Continue reading

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Kindness

“No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted.” –Aesop (620 B.C. – 560 B.C.) from “The Lion and the Mouse.” You go to the grocery store, the kids are whining because they are hungry, you wanted to … Continue reading

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