As Christians We Are like Jars of Clay

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The Opportunity is Still There

Put your heart, mind, and soul into even your smallest acts. This is the secret of success. -Swami Sivananda

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For High School Students

Good High School Students are more likely to have success down the road. If your a High School Student. Be Great! It will pay off, Big Time.

Tips: Be responsible. Have good behavior at crucial times & difficult situations. Be interested in school. Be good in reading & writing. These highlights have long-term consequences for your life in the long run. Good luck! Most important believe in yourself always, even if no one does.

If there is Success in High School, There is success later in life. Make it count Ladies & Gentlemen.

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LOVE

The Pain of LOVE…will never Stop… It is inevitable that sometimes love hurts…. It really hurts to love someone and not be loved in return but what is the most painful is to love someone and never find the courage to let the person know how you feel. Love is the most beautiful of dreams and the worst of nightmares. Love is painful, because it […]

via The Pleasure of LOVE lasts only for a moment, yet the Pain of LOVE lasts for a lifetime… — Success Inspirers World

Draining the Hate — Jenuine Healing

This is a great principle for depleting the world of hate. It is so simple. When someone is angry with you and is spewing hate at you. Let them. But don’t give them anything back but kindness and understanding of how frustrated and backed against the wall they feel. Even if they are a real […]

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Spirituality & Religion

After the recent election I found myself being disgusted with some proclaimed “religious folks”. Not feeling the need to point fingers at any particular religion or belief I decided to sit down and write about how I would want my own personal bible to read. I left it vague on believing on any particular higher […]

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