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Growing Your Collection of “Used-To-Thinks”

by Robert S. Tipton Tell me about your collection of “used-to-thinks…” You know what I mean — “I used to think that _____________, but now I don’t.” Or “I used to think every ______________ got _______________, but now I see it the other way.” That’s a “used-to-think.” (U2T) Now, the older I get, the bigger […]

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Feeling Down? Make a Joyful Choice.

As seen on Facebook (from an 18 year old): “People buy things they don’t need, with money they don’t have, to impress people they don’t know!” Now, there’s an enlightened teenager — with wisdom far beyond her years. Let’s just hope she’s able to remember what she said last week on her Facebook wall when […]

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Right Thing Hard to Do? Do it Anyway…

“No Good Deed Goes Unpunished.” — a cynic A quick Google search failed to give attribution to the person who originally came up with this saying, but I’m pretty sure most of us have heard it and / or used it on numerous occasions. So – I just attributed the saying to a “generic” cynic. […]

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