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Some things can't be changed, but sometimes we can improve our lives tremendously. Let's take a few minutes to pretend.If life is a fairytale and it’s up to you to create a happy ending, what would you do differently than you’re doing now? THE PURPOSE of THIS POST is to understand that new beginnings (fairy tale ending, if you will) can happen without regrets. This is meant to be a fun way for us to think through our future and realize that we can control our lives (in some cases, regain control of our lives) and make changes and decisions that can propel us in a healthy (happy ending) direction.   For me, this post was pertinent many years ago (more...

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Dance before the music of life is over.

Okay, you don't really have to dance, but just get out there and DO LIFE! As I sit with a knee brace and foot problems, after an epidural, double knee injections, and cortisone in my foot...and I still don't walk right, I think, I'm sure glad I did what I did when I did it! After my neck and back injuries, I realized I can either feel sorry for myself, or I can do what I can do. At first (& some days) it was very discouraging, but then I said to myself, "Come on, Janet, plenty of people never danced, rode a bike, hiked or went to the gym, and yet they have great lives. You can have a...

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Reflection & Discovery - the Reasons behind the Study Guide

I was gifted a Bible when I was in my 20s, but after reading the story of Sodom and Gomorrah, I heaved the book across the room, not to pick it up again until almost a decade later. Finally, when I realized God was calling me, I read the entire Bible in one year (that's easy if you'll read 4 chapters/day, skipping 1 day/wk to go to church). As I learned more about God and His love for us, and His will for us, I realized my behavior wasn't matching up very well with that of a good Christian. I decided to dig deep. I asked myself questions like: if God is really speaking, was I listening the way I...

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