Monthly Archives: September 2015

The Pope Comes to America

So Pope Francis is touring the country this week and as usual the media is tripping all over themselves to find something, anything, sensational to talk about. The big kerfuffle of the moment is that the Pope is being “political” … Continue reading

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Suffocating Motivation

Great post from the Public Blogger on the importance of motivation and not letting it flame out of our lives. We all affect others somehow, fight for it to be in good ways.

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No Suicides That Day, Only Murders

This video is difficult to watch. It’s a beautiful homage to those that jumped from the Twin Towers on 9/11 and pierces the heart deeply. Way down where emotions from that time are twitching and the sadness, horror and rage … Continue reading

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Asking for Help – Please Share and Help Me Find My Sister

Takes but a second….

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Real Victims Deserve More

This article from National Review’s Kathryn Jean Lopez recounts a touching encounter she had with a very broken woman and brings thoughtful reflection on how best to bring hope to those that need it. It’s a good read that highlights … Continue reading

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