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Election Day 2012 Reflections of an American

It’s Election Day 2012 and I was pretty excited to start the day, this day of change. In the final stretch, I was reminded of how all things pass away and how all things are made new. No matter who wins this presidential election, I know that at the end of the day, it all comes … Continue reading

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Hurricane Sandy Aftermath: Finding Faith after the Storms

My heart breaks for New Jersey, New York and all the victims of Hurricane Sandy. Why God why? Why did this happen? How does one find faith after the storms? People lost their homes, families ripped apart with loss of life and now they cling to a thread of hope. Two young boys pulled from their … Continue reading

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Colorado Massacre News Exposes Evil with Pain and Grief

I don’t know about others, but I’m sick of all the news publicity this Colorado killer is getting in the media lately. What he did in his massacre at the movies is disturbing and repulsive.  I have turned off the news, silenced the radio, and closed webpages that spread this story. I realize people want … Continue reading

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Inspirational Book Gift Ideas Perfect for Father’s Day

“A man is created for challenges. He is equipped to overcome, to run the gauntlet, to stand firm as a well-anchored corner post. Men are the benchmark in life, society, and family. It is part of the masculine responsibility to demonstrate strength and stability; to protect and provide for those within their sphere of influence. This is … Continue reading

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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Quotes: Honoring His Legacy

“I just want to do God’s will,” Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. said. “And He’s allowed me to go up to the mountain. And I’ve looked over, and I’ve seen the Promised Land.” Of all the inspirational quotes I find and read the ones which impact me the most are those spoken in truth. In honor … Continue reading

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Dealing with Complainers, Whiners, and Debbie-Downers

Why is it that some people are always downers? They find something to complain about and they are never happy. If they get a cold, they want everyone to feel sorry for them. If they have a rough day at work, everyone knows about it. I don’t understand. What makes a person like that? There … Continue reading

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A Proclamation of Thanksgiving Day in 1789

Thanksgiving is a day of blessings. To be thankful and to give praises to God who bestows all good things.  In 1789, a proclamation was made by the founding fathers. On Thanksgiving, families and friends draw close, to acknowledge relationships, and to give thanks for the benefits that many so often take for granted. Let … Continue reading

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Michael Jackson Doctor Found Guilty

He sat in the courtroom without any emotion as the verdict was read, Dr. Conrad Murray, found guilty for involuntary manslaughter in the death of Michael Jackson. Jackson Doctor Found Guilty The jury returned Monday to continue their deliberations. In a few short hours they reached a verdict. The media covering the event was tuned in and … Continue reading

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A Hunger for Love Behind the Mask of the Bully

For the cries are not heard in the silence, the tears are not seen in the darkness, but the hunger for love is everywhere. What can a person do to break through the barriers surrounding this world? Nation upon nation are rising up in battles. Young children are bullied in schools across this country. Abuse in many forms … Continue reading

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Heart Wrenching Michael Jackson’s audible recording before his death

If you’re like me, you probably were saddened or perhaps disgusted at the heart wrenching voice recording of Michael Jackson during the Conrad Murray trial. The singer left some intangible words that describe the pains of his life. He referred to his childhood. He talked about the upcoming concert. He wanted it to be phenomenal, bigger than … Continue reading

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  • Show Some Respect and Change the World — FaithDream’s Inspiration
    I have refrained from giving my opinion during this election. The discouragement and lack of respect given to each of the opponents show little to no value for the American people. How can we respect our leaders when they lack the respect of one another? The candidates have slandered one another and pointed fingers at […] … Continue reading Show Some Respect […]
  • Look For the Guideposts They Give You Direction
    These guideposts direct you, giving insight. Sometimes God will miraculously open doors for you when you least expect it.  They might appear to be coincidental but in reality they are meant for you to make a decision. The guideposts are there. They could come in the form of temptations or the form of an arrow … Continue reading Look For the Guideposts They G […]
  • Three Types of Friendships
    Many friendships will come and go in life. In seasons of change, a person will encounter new friends, and old friends will fall away. There are friendships that stay with you during a lifetime. Those friends are the first ones you call to share good news and the ones you can count on in times … Continue reading Three Types of Friendships →

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