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Trust Illustrated
Trust definition: “a firm belief in the reliability, truth, ability, or strength of someone or something.” I’ve heard it said, and have to agree, that the word hero is overused and therefore watered down. The word trust, not so much. Our trust is challenged daily. Who and what do you trust?
Author: Linda Soller | Dec 04, 2017

Thankful Overload
Don’t tell anyone, but I think I am suffering from “thankful overload!” I try not to be thankful, whining along with the people I routinely see, but it creeps up on me.
Author: Linda Soller | Nov 27, 2017

Fail to be Thankful
If you’ve never failed at anything then you can stop reading right now. That’s what I thought, still reading aren’t you? I know they say that it’s okay to fail because you can learn from your failures.
Author: Linda Soller | Nov 20, 2017

When to be Thankful
Sometimes with all that is going on in the world around us it can be hard to know when to be thankful. I think that is one reason why I value Thanksgiving Day so much.
Author: Linda Soller | Nov 13, 2017

A Turn to Thankful
Just last week we focused on all things scary. Now here we are, the clocks set back, the mornings a little brighter, and I find my mind takes a turn to thankful! Funny how quickly it can happen.
Author: Linda Soller | Nov 06, 2017

It's Scary Out There
For the last few weeks I’ve chatted about fear and faith, demons, ghosts, and witch-hunts. We’ve been discussing the same topics in our Drop-In classes. Considering everyone is very different, we agreed it can be scary out there. What scares you the most?
Author: Linda Soller | Oct 30, 2017



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