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“Live Together Or Die Alone”

I started watching the TV show Lost again.  It’s one of those shows I can watch repeatedly and discover something new every time, this time being no different.  What strikes me this time around is the last part of the speech Jack makes in the early episodes after people gang up on ...

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What the Scottish Rain Taught Me About Trials

I’ve been in Scotland for almost two weeks now which is long enough to be comfortable telling people “Heya” when greeting them and “Cheers” when leaving a shop, and calling a store a shop.  I’m still not used to bins (garbage cans), toilets (bathrooms), boots (trunks of cars), having to flip an ...

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Replacing Self-confidence With God-confidence

Self-confidence has limited potential. God-confidence has unlimited possibility. – Renee Swope At the time this article is published, I’ll either be sitting in the London Heathrow airport, be on a flight to Glasgow, or be in a car traveling the four hours it takes to get to a small village ...

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