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Are You Playing the Victim to Manipulate Others?
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To some degree, every one of us has been a victim.

We were either neglected by our parents, picked on at school or ripped off in a business deal later in life. When we are healthy, we can learn from those experiences, forgive and move on. But when we’re not, we tend to re-victimize ourselves over and over.

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Sunday Morning Sermon — Winning Takes More Than Skill, It Takes Character
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As a former athlete I know how hard it can be to set aside the objective of winning to think about someone else, yet this high school athlete did just that. I love this story, because it shows how rewarding it can be to have great character, even when it means you don’t “win”.

The truth is, most of us love to win. Whether we would consider ourselves competitive or not. We want to “win” when it comes to our finances, to our marriages, to our careers and to our hobbies. We like to win arguments and be “right”. But what if true happiness comes, not from winning, but from having great character?

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The Best Viral Videos We Found This Week
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Last week, the 10-year old washing machine drummer won the majority vote. What about this week?

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Why My Insurance Salesman Deserves Kindness
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How I Learned God Cares About My Fear
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How I Found Happiness In An Unexpected Place
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How Competition Made Me Less Successful
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How to Know if You’re a Controlling Person
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Sunday Morning Sermon — This Is My Understanding Of Jesus Christ
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The Best Viral Videos We Found This Week
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Why It’s Ok When A Good Deed Doesn’t Get Noticed
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