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Leukemia Ninja
by Rick Sidorowicz

We often look to great authors, philosophers and leaders for inspiration and there are so many wonderful and quite famous stories. I would like to share a "story" of a less famous, but a very loved, unique and caring person whose "head, heart and guts" in the face of adversity will challenge you to be better, live better, appreciate what you have, and care for others. Please allow yourself to be inspired.

You Could Have Heard a Pin Drop
by Jeffrey Fry

It is never a bad time to recognize our brothers, sisters, fathers, mothers, sons and daughters who have fallen for our liberties. At a time when our president and other politicians tend to apologize for our country's prior actions, here's a refresher on how some of our former patriots handled negative comments about our country. Yes, America does do some heavy handed things, but mostly we are a great beacon of hope for the world…let us not forget...

How to Work With Your Boss by Their Astrology Sign
by Gary Goldschneider

The author of Everyday Astrology, The Secret Language of Birthdays, The Secret Language of Relationships, and The Secret Language of Destiny offers advice on the strengths, weaknesses and interacive syles of bosses of every sun sign. Enjoy!

On Being Stupid
from Bernie DeKoven's

Reading this article and especially clicking through the links may be extremely positive for your health and wellbeing. Be forewarned that you will indeed experience Major Fun! (ed.)

by Patrick Combs

My commencement address at William Rainey Harper College. A most mindful speech from the author of Major in Success. (ed.)

How to Open Your Heart Through Affirmations!
by Ari McIntyre
Believe in yourself and your ability to change your situations. Affirmations are a tool which will put you on to this problem-solving pathway and keep you pointed in the right, positive direction.

It Is Not What's Gone - But What's Given
by Jim Abbott

This is a most serious and effective "kick in the pants" for anyone even thinking about wallowing away or otherwise feeling like a victim. There is so much we can do.

The Second 10 Commandments
submitted by Bettina Grahek

Words of wisdom for our challenging times.

Gifts that Give
by Jim Stovall

Today, as you think about the special people in your life, think about what you can give them that will keep giving far into the future.

Recipe for a Happy Year
from Smugglers restaurant in Calgary, Alberta
Take twelve fine, full-grown months. Select only those which are thoroughly free from all old memories of bitterness, rancor, hate and jealousy. Clean them completely free from every clinging spite.

The Eagle as Metaphor
by Henry K.
Leaders are like eagles ...

Learning From Revolution
from The Declaration of Independence
From time to time we should re-examine and rediscover the important principles of ‘governance’ within a free society, as described in this significant work.

Rain Story
from a friend
Story telling is the most powerful kind of communication - it comes from the experience of living, and it engages your heart.

Instructions for Life
from a friend
A Chinese Tantra Totem that when passed on to friends will bring good luck - significant words of wisdom.

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