Monthly Archives: February 2017

What Are You For?

I feel better when I don’t indulge in copious amounts of sugar.  I’m usually pretty good.   But holidays happen.  This past Christmas season, I went on a sugar rampage and found it difficult to stop.  My greatest undoing was chocolate … Continue reading

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Trash Becomes Treasure

My friend John is an avid hiker and lover of the outdoors.  Sometimes when he hikes in the mountains, he notices trash on the trails.  In the past, this would upset him.  He’d launch into an indignant monologue, saying “How … Continue reading

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“And I Love It”

We’re supposed to love ourselves, right? What if we behave in a completely unlovable manner?  What if we have character flaws as big as the Grand Canyon?  How about the things in us that seem like a humiliating bad accident?  … Continue reading

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