This--This Is Where I believe Christian Charity comes in. After all, Is it not written in the Gospel of John. That after Jesus resurection--The Lord came and had dinner with the Discples--There did He not tell Peter, after asking him 3 Times--"Do you Love Me?" then "Feed my sheep/lambs."Thirty years after her death, Ayn Rand’s philosophy of selfishness and billionaire empowerment rules the world. It’s a remarkable achievement for an ideology that was pushed to the fringes for most of her life, and ridiculed on national television in a notorious interview with Mike Wallace. READ MORE!!!!
This I believe should weigh the most, since Jesus spelled it out-- not once--not twice--But Three Times. This is why I believe the greatest Law is of Charity.
THIS IS WHY THE MIDDLE CLASS ARE WORTH DEFENDING>>>>
Les Leopold, AlterNetWhen unions decline, inequality soars and we all lose. READ MORE»
Speaking of Defending the Middle Class>>>>
It’s great to have a mentor who has more experience than you, but peer mentors can be just as valuable. Here are four reasons why you should have a peer mentor and some key steps to building a peer mentoring relationship that will last a lifetime. Read more »
While well-intentioned, the effort to make our lives more balanced is actually creating one more thing to feel guilty about. Here’s what you should focus on instead.
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Ever failed so badly you didn’t want to leave your bed? Believe it or not, that could help you succeed in the long run.
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As a person who is currently working part-time and who has a few applications which I am waiting to hear from. There are a few things that I can say that I know, from personal experience. As for me, waiting to hear whether or not I will continue through the hiring progess is frustrating, since my future employment is in someone else's hands and there is nothing for me to do, except continue as I am with more applications; Writing this blog, which I hope makes a difference; listening to audio books at the gym--I have listened to -- 'No Excuses-The Power of Self-Discipline' by Brian Tracy and 'Just Listen' by Mark Goulston and am currently on--'Your Brain at Work' by David Rock--For those who have already read any of these book, you know why I would recommend them, but for anyone who has yet to read/listen to them, I Would Highly Recommend each and every one of them.We all assume roles in our family and social circles growing up, but should those labels still stand into adulthood?
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