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Make Your Life Richer

By DebTim, published on Jun 6, 2012

This week past, I was away with my baby sister. It was a time for just the two of us, to hang out, laugh, talk and reconnect on a special level that only sisters can experience. Getting away with each other has been a blessing and has strengthened our friendship as sisters knowing that we stand in the gap for each other. Sometimes life takes you by storm, days running into each other that we can't even remember what we ate the day before. It's time to experience each simple moment. We miss too much by the rush of life taking hold and moving us along at such a fast pace. Our relationships... (more)

Tags: life, time, happiness, inspriational, motivatiional

Why Do Bad Things Happen to Good People?

By DebTim, published on May 16, 2012

Why is it that bad things happen to good people? We’ve all asked that question from time to time but when it hits home it carries even more meaning. We struggle to understand the logic in it but soon we find that we just are not meant to understand everything that happens in life. We hear our troubles and problems in life will make us stronger, better people. These statements are so easy to make when you are on the outside looking in but when you are in the midst of it – it’s not so easy. Rephrasing the first sentence I think it wiser for us to ask, what our role is when bad things happen... (more)

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Co-workers and Stress on the Job

By DebTim, published on May 15, 2012

Our jobs and the people we work with are where we spend most of our time. Each workplace has a multitude of personalities within it. There are those that are easy to get along with and then there are those who are difficult. The problem in our workplace is, that no matter what type of personalities involved, the object remains the same. All parties must cooperate in getting the work done and be productive in accomplishing our tasks.

We will never get along with everyone. Difficult people refuse to get along creating unnecessary amounts of pressure and stress in the workplace. This... (more)

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Roots and Wings

By DebTim, published on May 14, 2012

The two most important things we as parents give our children are roots and wings. Producing healthy roots comes first. It's essential that we establish a solid foundation for our children to grow in, learn in, develop in and even discover who they are. Not only do we provide our children's physical needs but their emotional needs as well. All of these things - clothing, food, love, understanding, respect and security, will ready them for their wings. As in a plant, a solid root system provides two functions. The roots enable the plant to receive the nutrients it needs to grow... (more)

Tags: parenting, inspirational, life experience, movitational

Love at First Sight?

By DebTim, published on May 10, 2012

Believe it or not, there have been studies on the phenomenon of "love at first sight". I wasn't sure if this was possible or just a saying until I experienced it first hand. Scientists believe much of it hinges on your state of mind at that precise moment when eyes meet for the first time. Most often when this happens, both parties are in a place in their minds and life where they are ready and willing to fall in love. The door is open so to speak. Being stressed, having issues on your mind etc. you are far less likely to experience love at first sight as the door is not fully open... (more)

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Woman Requests Male Input

By DebTim, published on May 9, 2012

So here I'm blabbing about divorce and I'm divorced. Hmm... I took my vows seriously and meant them. I believe in my heart that I would still be married to my x if he hadn't left for greener pastures. I wasn't given any choice. I'm not saying I wasn't just as much at fault. I just didn't have a choice.

Years later I found out that pretty much our whole marriage was a sham. He had slept around for years. As it turns out, many of his conquests were my girl friends. The worst part of it all is, it was my son who told me this.

My x left us and didn't bother with the boys... (more)

Tags: divorce, life, happiness, affairs, fidelity, confusion

The Big Bang Theory

By DebTim, published on May 7, 2012

Do you ever watch “The Big Bang Theory”? The title of that show got me thinking… Just for a moment imagine walking through the halls of the most amazing museums in Italy, wandering through echoing halls, viewing works of art created by the most famous artists of all time. These pieces – paintings, sculptures all expertly crafted long before you were even a thought. Now imagine some bozo saying something like this – “Wow, I would really like to know what amazing cosmic accident happened to result in the beautiful creation of these??” If you saw that you would probably think this person... (more)

Tags: life, truth, philosophy, science, faith, cosmic, inspriational

Heads and Hearts

By DebTim, published on May 6, 2012

It’s funny how two parts of a whole are so completely different. I’m talking about our heads and our hearts. Both parts are very important yet they have completely different agendas. Take our heads for instance. Better yet take our minds. Even when we are sleeping our minds are busy. I don't think our minds will be happy unless they are active in some way. Whether it’s logical thinking or fantasies, our minds are constantly at work on something. Now our hearts seem to have a way of processing things as well but with a far different goal in mind. Our hearts essentially seek... (more)

Tags: life, philosophy, happiness, success, inspirational

SuperMoon

By DebTim, published on May 6, 2012

Tonight we witness History The Perigee Super Moon Beauty on display for us Sunset coming soon The brightest seen in twenty years The largest moon by far Impressive in it’s glow A shining super star To see the moon in it’s glory Dusk is the best time Illusion meets reality As it makes its eastern climb Hanging low in eastern skies Reach out and touch the moon Treasured moments on this night Twenty years won’t come too soon

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Your Internal Reservoir

By DebTim, published on May 5, 2012

The power of love is truly amazing. Just a little love can go a long long way. Inside each of us is a vast reservoir of kindness. For some of us, it's not that easy to tap into. The fact remains that it's there and we need to use it more often. If we have this wonderful internal reservoir of kindness why do many of us experience a dry spell? Probably because we allow these pipes to get corroded clogging up the natural flow. If we allow this to happen, eventually our pipes of kindness with seize up completely and we will only experience a pitiful dribble. I believe to keep... (more)

Tags: love, philosophy, kindness, inspirational, motivational

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