Monthly Archives: September 2020

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Too Stupid to Fail

By David J. Martin How to change your internal dialogue and change your life for the better This article is about how my “Stupid” story became a business called Too Stupid To Fail and how I use it to help … Continue reading

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The Rainbow of Happiness

By Terez Hartmann Within every beating heart rests a compass that always knows the way to happiness. Ah, sweet happiness! When you feel, express, embody and experience this light and lovely state of being, all most certainly is right with … Continue reading

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What We Resist Persists

By Mary Boutieller Conflict is sometimes necessary for our own spiritual and emotional growth. As we move into October, I imagine that we are all in a bit of disbelief that “this” is still going on. We are still dealing … Continue reading

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Kindness During COVID

By Linda Commito In this time of separation, there are many ways to spread goodwill and to help others to feel appreciated and more connected. It’s easy to close ourselves off these days—in fact, it’s encouraged. But at what cost? … Continue reading

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Fall Out of Fear

By Arielle Giordano The only power fear has is the power we give it. Fall is a wonderful season. The weather is cooler and leaf colors are reminiscent of a beautiful painted landscape. It is a time of change. The … Continue reading

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More is In Me Than I Think

By Natalie Rivera In my sophomore year of high school, I was selected to participate in a unique educational experience called R.O.P.E. It stands for Reaching Our Potential in Education and was offered to 18 students per semester, selected in … Continue reading

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Coronavirus & Me

By Jo Mooy The virus has been silently teaching me things that I might have spent several lifetimes learning. My pandemic pause began in March, 2020. I expected it would be short, maybe a month or two. But March became … Continue reading

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The Power of Meditation

By Mark Pitstick MA, DC “Silence is the language God speaks, and everything else is a bad translation.”—Father Thomas Keating Meditation confers many powerful physical, mental and spiritual benefits. If you don’t want to take my word for it, consider … Continue reading

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Gain Freedom by Making Amends

By Noelle Sterne Facing up and apology will cleanse the soul. We often hang onto self-condemnation and guilt for things we have the power to set right. Even if we think our heavy feelings are gone, they probably lurk just … Continue reading

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