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Try Something New

One of the several books I am presently dipping into is William Steinkraus’ Reflections on Riding and Jumping. If you aren’t an equestrian or are and haven’t heard of this remarkable man, I would highly recommend that you take a … Continue reading

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Making it Manageable

“If our education had included training to bear unpleasantness and to let the first shock pass until we could think more calmly, many an unbearable situation would become manageable, and many a nervous illness avoided.” ~ Claire Weekes In a … Continue reading

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Personal Responsibility

You’ve probably come across the idea in your life that “everything happens for a reason.” People usually make this point known when they are suffering an ill of some unknown origin or counseling another who is moving through a difficult … Continue reading

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Life Lessons Made Easy

One of the greatest challenges any leader who truly cares about those around him faces is helping those for whom he is responsible to overcome mental, moral or emotional weaknesses that are preventing the full expression of their inner perfection. … Continue reading

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The Hungers of Life III

“There are times in the life of all when, weak and worn with the struggle, the ebb-tide of hope seems to carry out with it all inspiration, all impulse, all incentive. In the darkest night of a great loss, a … Continue reading

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Doing Your Best I

“If a man honestly seeks to live his best at all times, that determination is visible in every moment of his living, no trifle in his life can be too insignificant to reflect his principle of living. The sun illuminates … Continue reading

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