Posts tagged with: courage

Are you feeling worried or fearful about this election year? When I turned eighteen years old I couldn’t wait to register to vote. Neither of my parents participated in voting...
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Have you ever been so busy that you forgot to eat? That happened to me a few days ago. I was going from one task to another and I completely...
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Are you the type of driver who waits in the traffic jam until you are through? Or are you the type that finds an alternate route, even if it takes...
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We live in an uncertain world where things can change without warning. The recent pandemic serves as a rude reminder that life can take twists and turns we never imagined...
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It was early afternoon when the phone rang. The automated message on the other end said the decision had been made to close the schools in our state for the...
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Has the Pandemic Left You Feeling Blue? Loneliness, change in routines, the unknown future and the feeling that freedom has been stolen away is enough to cause many of us...
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In my 2020 Guest Post series, Teacher Bethany McMillion shares how she is courageously embracing the “new normal” of a job she loves.  I reached for the door handle and second...
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Isn’t it amazing the impact that friendship has on our lives? The love of a true friend has the power to refine us, empower us and give us joy. In...
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Have You Ever Played Tug of War? It’s the game that pits two teams against each other. Each team tugs on the opposite ends of a rope with the goal...
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  In the summer of 2018, I was taking my daughter to her art class less than a mile from my home when I first noticed thick smoke and ash...
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