Strength & Hope

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Man Tries to start KKK Rally and Gets Kindness PHOTOBOMBED!!

Tanya’s Comment: Those kids in the picture were really brave to pose in front of that man! Brave and wise beyond their years! They could have done anything- beat him up, yell at him, etc. But they stood there and smiled! What better way to show you are above hate!

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“Man tries to start KKK rally”

Man tries to start KKK rally


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Moments of a Lifetime

Tanya’s comment: To practice self-compassion is to forgive yourself for your mistakes; to stop saying “I should’ve…”; to stop criticizing yourself for things you can’t change. Seeking to improve one’s self is a great pursuit, but constant self-judgement is not productive.

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Christopher Germer quote Meaningful moments

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Nature’s Tonic~

Tanya’s comment: I’m sharing this post because I think it’s so important to slow down and just be still sometimes. Stop and focus on one thing, like water, even if it’s just a picture.

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Water is a healing balm,
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bringing those who contemplate calm.
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Essence of life.
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Absence of strife.
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Water is wine,
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for the soul.
Cheers to you with water’s natural high~
“While men believe in the infinite some ponds will be thought to be bottomless.” Thoreau

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Pondering…..Life is a Pond!

Wise Quotes About Living on a Budget

Photo courtesy of www.tws3d.com

Photo courtesy of http://www.tws3d.com

 

I came across some words of wisdom recently when reading the book, “Keep Calm & Carry On,” published by Andrews McMeel Publishing, LLC. These little gems have helped remind me of the best way to go about penny-pinching, and are quite inspirational. In the current economic climate, many of you may be needing these words, too, so I happily share them with you here.

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Maya Angelou: An Inspiration to Black Women

Convicts Care For Kittens

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Four stray kittens were discovered hungry and covered in fleas in the Great Meadow Correctional Facility in upstate New York.

Kittens in Jail

The staff then came together to buy food, and inmates created a kitty condo in the facility’s carpentry shop.

On weekends, the convicts pitch in to help care for the kittens.

According to VetStreet.com, the kittens have each been given names associated with the prison: Doc (an abbreviation for the Department of Correctional Services), Comstock (for prison’s location), Annie (for Fort Ann) and Meadow (for Great Meadow).

(Source: The Daily Saint – Photo via AP)

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“My Cat Saved My Son” – Video

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Roger Triantafilo wrote: “My cat defends my son during a vicious dog attack and runs the dog off before he can do additional damage. Thankfully, my son is fine!”

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