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Life is Like a Roller Coaster

Your traveling from a small, crowded, dark place into an unknown space of light, receiving warmth, while being held by big moving creatures as you cry endlessly. Your mind starts to wonder……”Where am I? What do I do now? I’m … Continue reading

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Day 364 – My Favorite Gratitude Blog Posts of 2011

As 2011 comes to a close, I am amazed at how fast the time has passed. When I started writing this blog on January 1, I never would have imagined the full range of emotions that I had to endure: anger,compassion,disappointment,envy,  fear,  excitement, frustration, loneliness, … Continue reading

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Day 352 – Thank God For That

Merry Christmas to all, on this Christmas Day 2011. You might be today spending time with the family, exchanging Santa’s gifts and wondering why the Elf’s brought you the wrong gift. Or having a Christmas dinner and if you’re an … Continue reading

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Day 318 – Hanukkah: 8 Days of Gratitude

Hanukkah is the most widely celebrated American Jewish holiday, possibly because it is a fun, child-centered occasion. It is celebrated with excellent food, like potato latkes, an exchange of gifts, and the lighting of beautiful menorahs filled with brightly colored candles. … Continue reading

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Day 313 – True Meaning of Christmas

It’s that time of year again. December has come and with it all the joys of Christmas. But what is the real meaning of Christmas? Is it the gifts under the tree, the lights in the windows, the cards in … Continue reading

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Day 309 – Why We Should All Believe in Santa Claus

First, a little history. The origin of Santa Claus begins in the 4th century with Saint Nicholas, Bishop of Myra, an area in present day Turkey. By all accounts St. Nicholas was a generous man, particularly devoted to children. The … Continue reading

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Day 304 – Make The Best of What You Have

How is life treating you? People never answer this question honestly, do they? You ask them, “What’s up?” and they never say, “Oh brother, let me tell you,” and start pouring out their troubles. Because people don’t want to burden … Continue reading

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