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Finding Unity in a Time of Division

Because the world seems filled with division right now, those at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints blog asked three different people to share their perspectives on the unity we can feel with others when we center our … Continue reading

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Random Thoughts

I’m in one of those writing phases. I think we all can relate … there is a lot locked in the mind but you can’t just get the words through the fingers. They are random thoughts — one liners, fragments … Continue reading

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Change the World

Don’t read anything into this post or between the lines, but the adventures of the past three months have focused on my mortality. I am hopeful there will be many more years of blogging and sharing, but I’m also cognizant, … Continue reading

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A Matter of Trust

Read Colossians 2:8–12 The information superhighway has become increasingly clogged with misinformation. Social media and fringe news sites have made it very difficult to know what to believe. Ultimately, you can believe only trustworthy sources — ones with a proven … Continue reading

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Words Matter

I don’t usually comment on national issues. It’s not that I don’t have opinions, it’s because they are just that … opinions, based on information I’ve gathered. As we used to say, GIGO — garbage in, garbage out– and I’m … Continue reading

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Instant Messaging: What the Kids Type and Mean

Do you know what your kids or grandkids are saying when they use instant messaging? Of course not! They have a code that’s intended to leave you in the dark. This is an old list from Kim Komando, but for … Continue reading

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Assessment Time

I was notified yesterday I was on a 72 day post streak. That’s every day this year plus a few stragglers from the end of the year. Most of the posts have been part of a scheduled plan attempting to … Continue reading

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Live from Maine

I’m trying to figure out how best to use social media. I know the different platforms, but I’m not totally sure how to maximize effectiveness. I think I realize it isn’t numbers but interactions that count. The purpose is get … Continue reading

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Pity the writer

Mama, don’t let your children grow up to be writers. Okay, you can’t prevent them from expressing themselves — nor would you want to — but season their enthusiasm with a dose of reality. As visions of Stephen King, James … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas friends

There’s an inscription in the book George Bailey receives in It’s a Wonderful Life. It read, “… remember, no man is a failure who has friends …” George, of course, was pretty despondent facing embarrassment and bankruptcy for something that … Continue reading

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