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The Importance of Being a “No Man”
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Saying no. Do you really need another lesson on it? Yes, you do. Why? Because no matter how many times someone stands up and tells us we need to pace ourselves, say no more often, reserves our yes’s, we do it really well for about an hour and a half and then we are back to over-committing our lives.

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What Happens When We Assume The Best About Others?
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A few weeks ago, my wife and I locked our keys in the car during church, with the car running. We didn’t realize it until about two hours later as we were about to head to lunch.

So we did the only thing we knew to do. We called a locksmith, who arrived about 30 minutes later. But when he pulled in, we got nervous. As if the idea of breaking into our car wasn’t enough of a concern, when I caught a glimpse of him, my concern grew. He pulled into the parking lot and I swore he was still in high school.

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Does Attending Church Mean You Must Carry “Buckets of Shame?”
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When I was in a group-therapy session once, the therapist took us outside, into a field where there was a horse. She’d placed a half dozen, sealed buckets of oats around the field and said if we wanted to walk the horse we should pick up a bucket in one hand, then guide the horse anywhere we wanted.

When we were done, we could offer the bucket and the horse to somebody else in our group.

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The Best Viral Videos We Found This Week
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The Power of Gratitude
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How I Learned To-Do Lists Are Overrated
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How To Build Something Out Of Nothing
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What If The Answer To Your Problem Is To Hit the Gas
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Sunday Morning Sermon — Anne Lamott, Taking Jesus to Places the Church Can’t Go
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The Best Viral Videos We Found This Week
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Are You Living in Fake Freedom?
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