#NoNothingNovember: Day 21

By maskull1 Day 21 of #NoNothingNovember was a Friday and I had a fairly strong kickoff to the weekend even though there wasn’t much in the way of blog writing, business prep or book prep. However, there were definitely still some positives to take from the day.
1) No daydreaming or frivolous blog …read more

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Parable: A Quest to Meet God

By D/C Russ “There,” he said pointing forcefully at the map.
“That’s the portal to the God’s Kingdom.”
The words hung, perfectly intact, at the forefront of my memory.
But as I peered out into the vast, quiet arctic I began to why I was ever foolish enough to brave this journey.
“A Quest to Meet God,” …read more

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Always Make Your Bed

By Admin Kick-start your day with a clean mind and a bed that’s made. How do you develop a good, sustainable work ethic?People normally tell you “set a goal” or “you need a vision” or “think big!”Then most of us start following it and run out …read more

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On the Existence of God

By D/C Russ An excerpt from the book ‘Three Magic Words’ by Uell Stanley Andersen. Enjoy.

“But certainly if God exists, somebody in all the centuries would have seen him.”
“Many people have.”
“Who?”
“I for one.”
“You’ve seen God?”
“Yes.”
“Then what does He look like?”
“Like everything.”
“That means nothing.”
“It means a great deal to me. I look at you …read more

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#NoNothingNovember – Update

By theredpillife I can’t remember off hand how many days I am into this experiment, but that’s not the goal of #NoNothingNovember now, is it? It’s about throwing your vices away for an arbitrary period of time in an attempt to demonstrate some self control. Not to the world, not for validation …read more

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It gets better.

By Dalrock In my last post I pointed out the irony of feminist Jessica Wakeman wanting her nieces to play pediatric oncologist Barbie when she herself worked for a gossip site. Why constantly try to steer her nieces away from focusing on hair, beauty, fashion, and relationships (like the blog she …read more

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It gets better.

By Dalrock In my last post I pointed out the irony of feminist Jessica Wakeman wanting her nieces to play pediatric oncologist Barbie when she herself worked for a gossip site. Why constantly try to steer her nieces away from focusing on hair, beauty, fashion, and relationships (like the blog she …read more

Source:: Dalrock