Psalm 23 and reframing

While it is never too late to do the sort of personality analysis and personality work that will help you grow into the person you would actually like to be, often it's frightening because it involves identifying false bits of personality to eliminate and desired personality traits to nurture. If you have serious problems, say …

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Salvo Army Chief, Eva Burrows, reposes

Eva Burrows, Salvation Army's 'People's General,' Dies at 85By SAM ROBERTSMARCH 24, 2015 Photo Eva Burrows at an International Youth Congress in an undated photo. Credit The Salvation Army Gen. Eva Burrows, who was only the second woman to lead the international Salvation Army and who carried its banner back to Eastern Europe after the …

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Highway to Hell, or cutting your nose off in spite of your face.

adapted from Eric Maisel...You have your ideas about what to create, but there are many operatives in force to cause you to wonder about your choice because there are just so many choices out there today. The first operative is the Editor or self-censorship. Some never get beyond that. Watching an Ac/Dc interview on Highway …

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We all the same 24 hours that Beyonce or Steve Jobs has…

i have the book...Creative Routines   Creative Routines"We all have the same 24 hours that Mick Jagger  has" View on infowetrust.com Franz Kafka, frustrated with his living quarters and day job, wrote in a letter to Felice Bauer in 1912, “time is short, my strength is limited, the office is a horror, the apartment is noisy, and if a …

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On the ISIL hit list: Persepolis

Persepolis, IranPerched on a giant stone plateau in the dusty foothills of the Zagros Mountains, the massive and magnificent palace complex of Persepolis exhibits the glory of the Persian Empire at its peak. Its ruins, uncovered by archaeologists in the 1930s, include columns, reconstructed buildings, and beautifully carved reliefs.  Pity with turbulence in the Middle …

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Archaeology at Ramat Rahel, Israel

Scientists have re-created an ancient royal garden on a hilltop between Jerusalem and Bethlehem, at a site known as Ramat Rahel (see the attached picture)During the 8th century BC, a royal citadel was built here by one of the kings of Judah. More than a hundred seal impressions of lamelekh (Hebrew, to the King), stamped …

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Book Review: 2 Years & 4 Months in an Asylum

from the book...Two years and Four Months in an Asylum by Reverend Hiram Chase. It was originally reviewed on my wordpress account, back in 2012 but never got any notice there, and since I am slowly removing everything from there and migrating here, I thought that this was a good next transplant.I found the book …

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