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Human emotions are one of the great gifts of life. Nothing in the history of humanity has had such an impact on world events. Emotions have started wars and ended them. Emotions cause people to do crazy things and they bring ultimate fulfillment. In all their power, it’s easy to think that human emotions are […]
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Nepotism in the workplace has always been a hot topic, especially in politics and business. Some examples are Donald Trump putting his daughter and son-in-law into advisory roles during his presidency and John F. Kennedy nominating his brother as attorney general. In the business world, Rupert Murdoch’s son, James, has attained a powerful role thanks […]
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“Marriage can be a great stumbling block to spiritual growth.” It is in the confines of a marriage, the daily living together, the total commitment that we made to our spouses on our wedding day, that our deep-rooted selfishness as individuals is exposed. In the first few years of marriage, some of us discover that…
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Let him kiss me with the kisses of his mouth, for your love is more delightful than wine. (Song of Songs 1:2 NIV) Rascal Flatt’s Country song “I Love to Love you Out Loud,” narrates the story of a love so deep it erupts into public expression. In a similar way, the bride of the…
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“I feel like a foreigner in this country without you.” I had only been away from home for a few days when my husband wrote these words to me. It doesn’t matter where we are in the world, if we are not together we feel just a wee bit ‘adrift’ as individuals. He feels ‘alone’…
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If I could go back in time twelve years and give myself advice as I prepare to marry my husband, I would give myself this advice: Never say divorce that first time. When my husband and I encountered our first few losses and became emotionally distant from one another, divorce rolled off my twenty-year-old tongue…
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“So on the seventh day he (God) rested from all his work.” —Genesis 2:2b My family and I just returned from a vacation in Florida. As the days to leave approached, we packed, scouted out places where we wanted to eat, and talked about the different games we wanted to play at the beach. I…
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“Observe, record, tabulate, communicate. Use your five senses. Learn to see, learn to hear, learn to feel, learn to smell, and know that by practice alone you can become expert.” ~William Osler God has created us with five main senses: sight, sound, touch, smell and taste. We need to learn to incorporate, develop and use…
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“Marriage, ultimately, is the practice of becoming passionate friends.” — Harville Hendrix A few weeks ago our entire family tested positive for the Covid-19 virus.  We went into quarantine immediately. For 14 days my spouse, myself, and our three daughters along with the dog were not allowed to set a foot outside our garden. It…
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We all face those drought periods in life – where things feel stale, stagnant like nourishment is so scarce that we are crawling around on all fours to find the nutrients our bodies and minds so desperately crave. We feel like we are trudging through muddy and uncertain waters – lost and hopeless. Our marriages…
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