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When I took a long walk down a dusty path with Laura Boggess, I found myself breathing deeper in the presence of a deeply soulful, beautiful woman who seeks the face of God with childlike faith. A recovering list-maker left empty from trying to earn grace, Laura Boggess has been stepping into Christ
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Can sharing your worries with a friend help you problem-solve and be more productive? Psychiatrist Edward M. Hallowell recently wrote a book in which he explains that working out your worries with a friend could help eliminate distractions in life.
You don’t have to be told that today’s world is a rapidly moving one. You know it. You feel it every time you start writing your to-do list or reviewing it at night, noticing that you haven’t exactly crossed everything off.
I was driving down the road with the top down on a beautiful summer evening. The scenery was beautiful, the weather was awesome, my life was great… … and then a Jeep slammed into my driver’s side door.
Brenda Elliott's insight:
reminder of the uncertainty i n life, lack of control - so we need to make 'what if' plans...
If you've given any thought to planning your retirement, you've likely considered the obvious, most important questions. And yet there's one that is often forgotten: How would my spouse answer these?...
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