Quotes – Transparency — Ricardo Sexton

Black, White, White, Black Black with White, White with Black Together! (“Hope is Green”) The Grey of tense sky’s end The Blue of an immense sea For “the clouds” can change It is Blue: when nice + sunny (Grey): when rains to puddle Too, can be White as cotton It also gets Orange or Purple […]

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SHARING THE LAST AND FIRST OF THE YEAR – Marilyn Armstrong — Serendipity – Seeking Intelligent Life on Earth

Share Your World 12-31-18 Writing this on the last day of the year to be published on the first of the new one, so it is the last and the first. May everyone’s New Year be full of joy, laughter, health, and hope! For the parents in the crowd: What would be the absolute worst name […]

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Raising Our Daughters To Be Brave: 5 Tips from Top Athlete Crista Samaras – Samantha Walravens

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Crista Samaras made headlines as a nationally ranked lacrosse player at Princeton from 1994-1999 and a gold medalist in the 2001 IFWLA World Cup as a member of the Women’s National Team. She went on to coach women’s lacrosse at Yale and start three companies. From the outside, she is a true American success story. What is less known about her is her lifelong struggle with depression. “I wasn’t a person who ‘kind of” suffered from depression,” explains Samaras. “I was a suicidal kid from seventh grade until today. It’s just the state I’m in……

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10 Quotes that Will Change the Way You See and Treat People Today – Marc Chernoff

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During my competitive cross-country running days it wasn’t uncommon for me to run five miles at five o’clock in the morning and another nine miles at nine o’clock at night, five days a week. I was competitive. I wanted to win races. And I was smart enough to know that if I dedicated myself to extra training, while my opponents were lounging or socializing, I would often be one step ahead of them when we crossed the finish line. When I first started these early-morning and late-night runs, the experience was pretty overwhelming. My body didn’t want to cooperate—it ached and cramped up……

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Waves of Loneliness — Life Love & Coconut Oil

slamming the door behind me as though to shut out the world I let out a long, deep sigh. it felt as though a 50lbs sand bag lay on my chest and as the last wisps of air escaped my lips I hoped to shake the weight of it. but there it settled, making it […]

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