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5 Habits of a Successful Celebrator
Amena Brown Owen
By Amena Brown Owen
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It didn’t matter to my mom and sister whether or not I had a future as an athlete, or if I knew the difference between hopscotch and the long jump. They were there because they loved me and because as much as possible they wanted to never see the bleachers of my life empty of their support. I come from a family of celebrators and I hope to celebrate others in the many ways they’ve celebrated me.

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Are You Willing to Get Divorced?
Allison Vesterfelt
By Allison Vesterfelt
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What that person was trying to say (I think) was, “treat your spouse, and your marriage, like there are no guarantees, like relationships are fragile and like this whole thing could come to an end.” I think they were saying, “If you want your marriage to stay together, you have to acknowledge the fact that this could all fall apart.”

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Is a Balanced View Possible on Amendment 1 in Tennessee?
Donald Miller
By Donald Miller
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Here in Tennessee, an important piece of legislation is about to be passed or rejected. And it’s a hot topic. The more I speak with my fellow Tennesseans about Amendment 1, and for that matter the challenging personal and social issues surrounding abortion rights, the more I realize people who are able to see an issue from multiple angles are being forced into the woods.

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How I Used Twitter to Write a Book
By Donald Miller
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Pay Closer Attention to Your Tongue
By Sarah Dubbeldam
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Two Resolutions for Being Productive
By Donald Miller
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Making Choices When You Don’t Know What’s Next
By Cadence Turpin
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Why You’re More Successful Than You Think
By Scott McClellan
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Your Growth May Threaten Others, Grow Anyway
By Donald Miller
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What Do You Need to Hand Over So You Can Heal?
By Dean Nelson
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How You Can Experience More of Eternity
By Donald Miller
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