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I is for Inaction

As a society, we’ve become intoxicated with doing stuff. “Oh,” we say proudly, “I’m SOOO busy.” What some folks are really saying, in proportion to their pride, is I’m busy, …

L is for Laughter

Norman Cousins got a poor prognosis to survive Ankylosing Spondylitis, a sort of arthritis of the spine. Against his doctors’ advice, he left the hospital and shut himself up at …

E is for Expectation

You know how folks turn to God when s-h-star-t gets real in their lives? I was one of those folks, and started following a preacher online hoping that she could …

D is for Decisions

I know that you can relate to this: Agonizing over a decision. Previously, I struggled long and hard with medium to big decisions, but got much better about making up …

Y is for Yield

Yield: To give up, as to superior power or authority; To give up or surrender (oneself). My first plan was to write about making a better-feeling life by surrendering oneself …