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Love Is The Grandparent Of Invention

When you love and care for someone and see that they are struggling, it can make you do almost anything to try and make their lives better. And this is exactly what motivated these two young people. In both of these cases, two grandchildren witnessed how their grandparents were...

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Facing Your Own Mortality – What Would You Change?

If you came face to face with your own mortality what do you think would happen? Well that’s exactly what happened to Rick Elias. In January, 2009 Rick was on flight 1549 that crash landed in the Hudson River. During the plane’s descent Rick discovered three key things about...

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Be Idle – Then Create

By Bart Astor   When you’re overwhelmed with stuff—all the life and business things that make up your daily routine—you usually don’t feel too creative. There’s a gap that grows between your psyche and your spirit. It gnaws at you. You can’t even put a finger on what or...

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Should We Skip The Bucket List and Find The Joy Instead?

By Susan Williams I’m not even sure what caused me to even think about the bucket list. But as I started to think more about it, I found myself revisiting some of the scenes from the “The Bucket List” movie starring Morgan Freeman and Jack Nicholson that inspired so...

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The Joy Of Life Is Found In The Journey

I just watched the following video and thought it was simply beautiful. It’s a short film that is filled with thoughts on generational relationships, wisdom, memories and the sharing of dreams. It serves as a reminder of the significance of the important places we have in our lives and...

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She’s 96 – And What An Inspiration!

Tao Porchon-Lynch holds the world record for the oldest yoga teacher in the world. At the age of 96, she is doing things that people less than half her age can’t do. What is Tao’s advice for those that want to live a long and happy life? Don’t procrastinate...

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