August 2020

The Truth About Fear

The Truth About Fear Six years ago, I walked away from my stifling corporate job as an Administrative Recruiter to honor my deep desire. Knowing that it was time to live God’s purpose full-time. I began putting together a Professional Speaking Coaching business that would one day become a world-class speaking and training institute. About […]

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Surgeon General Uncertain About What Hospital To Check His Grandmother Into

Surgeon General Uncertain About What Hospital To Check His Grandmother Into The Surgeon General, after reading the results of a recent report about the alarming number of fatalities in U. S. hospitals that are due to preventable human error, was uncertain about what hospital to check his grandmother into when he learned that she was […]

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Moving To Canada

Moving To Canada There are plenty of sites offering information on how to apply for a Canadian Immigration Visa and many more offering services (paid of course) to help you do it. One of the major issues I had during the immigration process was the actual move itself and what happens when you arrive. I […]

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Does The Sims Online Host The Mafia?

Does The Sims Online Host The Mafia? If I asked you this, would you believe me? Try doing so, because it’s the truth. And also, in this strange and perverse world, young people are busy killing each other at an alarming rate. Do we really need something like a pseudo Mafia causing the same sorts […]

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Life Insurance – Smoke Signals

Life Insurance – Smoke Signals No-one said it would be easy but giving up smoking is really worthwhile and it’s a perfectly achievable aim. Why not join the band of ex-smokers, starting from today? If are you now a reformed smoker, we have some even better news for you. You can expect more than increased […]

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Istanbul, Turkey – Where Two Continents Meet

Istanbul, Turkey – Where Two Continents Meet Istanbul, situated along the shores of the Bosphorus Strait, is the only city in the world bridging two continents, Europe and Asia; it is as old as civilization itself and as modern as carrying cell phones. My husband and I were very excited about vacationing in Istanbul. We […]

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Worldwide Effects of Global Warming

Worldwide Effects of Global Warming Lynas, Mark Contemporary Issues Companion: Global Warming Shasta Gaughen Greenhaven Press Viewpoint Hardly anyone realizes it, but the debate about climate change is over. Scientists around the world have now amassed an unassailable body of evidence to support the conclusion that a warming of our planet-caused principally by greenhouse gas […]

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The Heart’s Awakening

The Heart’s Awakening Recently I heard a minister arguing with a radio talk show host over whether it’s right or wrong to remove “Merry Christmas” signs from department store displays, which apparently some major stores did this season in an effort to be inclusive. “We’re the reason for the season,” the minister claimed. Not so, […]

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An Article On Perfectionism

An Article On Perfectionism What is Perfectionism? Perfectionism is defined as a meticulous drive to attain excellence. A perfectionist is one who has this characteristic. ‘Perfectionism’ is a most prevalent belief in our civilization. Notice that I used the word ‘belief’. Everywhere in this world of ours, perfectionism is regarded as good and desirable while […]

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On Empathy

On Empathy The Encyclopaedia Britannica (1999 edition) defines empathy as: “The ability to imagine oneself in anther’s place and understand the other’s feelings, desires, ideas, and actions. It is a term coined in the early 20th century, equivalent to the German Einfühlung and modelled on “sympathy.” The term is used with special (but not exclusive) […]

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