Tag: #SelfDiscovery

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Alright, so about two weeks ago or so I was nearly about to turn into the court to park when a doe and its mom wandered in front of my truck. They meandered through the middle of the road nice and slow without a care of how big my truck was. It didn’t bother me,…

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You could call Joshua Becker an early pioneer of the minimalist movement.   If you haven’t read his books on minimalism, you might recognize him from the documentary “Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things.” The Wall Street Journal bestselling author was born in Aberdeen, S.D., and attended junior high and high school in Wahpeton,…

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In these busy days, people tend to find themselves preoccupied with so many things that they may have a difficult time simply relaxing and finding enjoyment. The crunch to produce something at work, balance a budget, get an education, and provide for a family, can keep people from being able to take time to pursue…

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New research suggests the reason some people develop post-traumatic stress disorder while others do not may be because of molecular changes, specifically alteration in micro-RNA as related to gene regulation. In a controlled study involving military personnel on deployment to a combat zone in Afghanistan, researchers from the Netherlands discovered evidence that blood-based miRNAs may…

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Love is an experience.   Love is, experience.   Love is Life.   Life; experience.   You can take it or leave it but that  won’t ever stop it from being true.   You can’t stop it from finding you;   make you second guess any false sense of pride in you, it’s what it’s…

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Be grateful for the big things, the little things, and everything in between, and happiness will follow. Experts who study gratitude loosely define it as a sense of appreciation and thankfulness for the good things in life—both big and small—and it may be the fastest route to enduring happiness. Yes, you read that right; many…

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At the center of your fears, lies the point of no return.    A point at which you pivot, to face everything you are.   There’s no running from our reflections; or trying to lose it by going in different directions because it’ll always, ALWAYS, know how to stop us in our tracks by silently…

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Writing about the things I do isn’t easy. Honestly, I tiptoe alot to keep my self from sounding like chicken little; that is, a small insignificant nobody who everyone thinks is just scared and crazy. 
I’m sure some people may color me as a religious nut who is using a book to explain the things…

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It’s not uncommon to feel a little down every now and again. Work stress, family life, and even the weather can all contribute to feeling sad. These blues are a normal, healthy part of life. However, there’s a completely separate condition: depression. It’s more serious than just feeling sad, and it should be treated carefully.…

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