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The Importance of Play

January 26, 2014 | 0 Comments

Everywhere in this world there are many things of interest to do. During the winter months we have so many indoor and outdoor sports. In summertime too, we have many activities to create refreshment of mind, body, spirit. There is much to do, and much more time than we think, to do it in. But...

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The Gray Between Sides

November 18, 2013 | 0 Comments

As I get older and build experience upon experience, my view of the world and human behavior has become broader. When I was young my vision was more narrow and to me, most things could be described in black and white. I believed everything could be judged as either “this” or “that”, no gray matter...

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The Ripple Effect

April 15, 2013 | 0 Comments

For Data Connect’s Tim Hobbs Our actions and behaviors have a much greater effect on the future, than on the present. Think for a moment about the erosion of mountains. Rain and wind slowly removes very small amounts of dirt and sand from the mountainside. In our lifetime, you and I would be unaware of...

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What do YOU focus on?

What You’re Looking For.

October 29, 2012 | 0 Comments

If you look for evil in every corner, you will find it. Even if it’s not there. If you look for Love in every corner, you will find it. Because it is everywhere....

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