“The most worth-while thing is to try to put happiness into the lives of others” -Robert Baden-Powell A wise man named Paul encouraged his readers to live daily in humility of thought, to consider others better than themselves, and to not only be concerned with one’s own interests but to take care of the interest […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I was listening to Christmas music the other day when the beloved children’s song, ‘Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer’ came on. As I was singing along, trying to remember the order of the reindeer’s names (is it Prancer and Vixen and Donner and Blizen or the other way around? I can never get that right). […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
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As I opened my journal to begin this morning’s entry, I wrote down the date in the top corner and looked to the bottom of the page for the daily quote which read, “This is the day the Lord has made, let us rejoice and be glad in it.” I was struck by the realization […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I must preface this entry with first saying that I have a wonderful father. He is my greatest champion and loves me fiercely. He is a father who raised me with very high expectations that I was driven to meet, while somehow at the same time making sure that I knew how great I was. […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
“Women have the opportunity to Transform organizations, future generations, and society!” -Anonymous I read this quote today and was reminded of the power that we have been given as women to help shape and influence the next generation while at the same time, impacting and transforming our current. Let us move in the power we […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I recently read a statement that likened faith to the dependency of a newborn. I was fortunate enough to see this statement in action the other day in my friend’s life. She has a 3 month old beautiful baby boy whose tangible adoration for his mommy is unlike anything else, except maybe her adoration for […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I was in a hurry to get to an appointment the other evening and of course stuck in rush hour traffic on Baltimore’s I-83, feeling as though if I kept checking the time it would somehow speed things along when in all actuality it only increased the feeling of panic. (Challenge: the next time you […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I have recently taken on the challenging tasks of learning to play tennis and golf. I zealously (and ignorantly) decided that if I got the needed equipment, had someone show me the basics, and then simply got out there and tried, I should have no problem picking it up and would be out mastering […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
When I finally sat down around 8 o’clock the other evening, I could not believe that I had just filled my entire day with a myriad of menial tasks. I sat there recounting the errands, organizing, and cleaning that had occurred, realizing just how easy it is to fill my days with these routine tasks […]Continue Reading... No Comments.