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Logical thoughts about mental health

Mental malware makes maintaining mental health difficult. Don’t just protect your devices from malware. Also protect your mind. Some thoughts produce inner peace; other thoughts wreck mental health. It’s important to notice the difference. Medication can numb tormenting thoughts but … Continue reading

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An unmanaged mind is like

Unmanaged minds are everywhere, Swerving from side to side, Like a car being driven By a distracted driver, Only one close call Away from disaster. An unmanaged mind does to brain chemistry What an uncontrolled plane does to flying — … Continue reading

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What’s on tap in your kegs?

What’s on tap in your kegs?  2 kegs are on tap in your heart and ready to roll through your life. One keg contains love, joy, & peace — the other keg: anger, misery, & envy. What’ll you have? Should … Continue reading

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If The Chosen Are Frozen, How Can God’s Fire Rage Through Our World?

We live in a world that is fastly fleeing from traditional social and moral constraints.  People nowadays uninhibitedly express their feelings and views without regard for what is decent, right, or wholesome, even when they are sober.  There is no longer a need to … Continue reading

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Talk About Expensive Gas!

Recently I pulled up to a gas pump in Nashville prepared to pay almost $4.00 per gallon. As I got out of the car I was bombarded with very loud music coming from the car on the opposite side of the pump. … Continue reading

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When The Toilet Paper Gets Turned Around

Once I attended a Career Track seminar in Nashville about change management. The presenter challenged us: “Reverse your toilet paper.” That wiped me out. Surely I hadn’t paid $99 for this silly bit of advice. The presenter said: “Change is difficult … Continue reading

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Don’t Cringe At Criticism

Don’t cringe at criticism! When handled properly, criticism can become an opportunity to improve yourself and your performance in life. Here are six ways to positively deal with criticism from others: 1) Decide which type of criticism you are facing. … Continue reading

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