Date of publication: 2017-08-28 09:56
Most of the things we fear never happen. Or if they do happen, they are rarely as bad as we fear they will be. For most of us, fear is the worst thing that will happen to us. Reality isn't as painful.
Oh my goodness what a great list of books! I absolutely love, love, LOVE children 8767 s books and have been collecting them for years. We don 8767 t have kids yet, but when I do I 8767 ll definitely be referring to this list. Thanks for putting it all together. PINNING!
The kids and I also recently read Miss Rumphius by Barbara Cooney which was a very good picture book with a great lesson about fulfilling your life 8767 s purpose.
Travel makes you are more interesting, insightful, and accepting person. It expands you, enlightens you, and teaches you about the variety of people, lifestyles, and cultures. It is a pursuit well worth saving for.
I have a couple of new books that I love, one called The Little Oink and the other called The Little Hoot. They try reverse technology to get kids to clean their rooms and go to bed early and the illustrations are great!
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And that certainly wasn t processed diet foods with fancy label claims deceiving you into thinking they re healthy. instead, it was the 6-ingredient foods I listed above, eaten in a combination of raw food and cooked food.
Hi there, I so enjoyed this post, and the titles (some new great ideas to look for!) I was skimming thru the comments preparing to comment myself, and suggest this very book as one that stands out for me as well Wilfred Gordon McDonald Partridge, SUCH a tender look at generations old and and the gift of memory that even among the sadness of loss, there are joys that can be found. Thanks!
If the first question about the Resurrection – Jesus’ return from death – is ‘Did it happen?’, the second is ‘Does it really matter?’ Take a look at these films to find out how Christians have responded to that question.
Consciously focusing on all you have rather than thinking about what you don't have is a far better use of brain power. Gratitude fosters positivity and well-being.
Very reflective and thought provoking post. I have recently decided that I want to do more with my life other then work, cook clean and be a wife and mother. I challenged myself to learn something new or try something new every week. This post just puts how I 8767 m feeling onto a whole new level. Thank you
Thanks for your post !
It somehow woke me up after a pretty long time I tried to close my opened life and overslept on it just because I 8767 m scared of the world out there could ever hurt me again.
An old me was freaking awesome and Yeah, you 8767 re right, just be ourselves. Who cares?