Five More Minutes with Spends Time at a 50th Reunion

Written by Laurie Halladay on October 14, 2013

The big event was at the Masonic Temple where we had “Temple dances” on Friday nights after football games. This time, we looked like senior citizens, but still felt like 17-year-olds.

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Be Amazing, Inspiring, and Pivot!

Written by Braiden Rex-Johnson on June 3, 2013

Are you PURSUING POSSIBILITIES in your own life, being AMAZING and INSPIRING? When things aren’t going your way, do you have the courage to PIVOT and move on?

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Why Wait for the Last Five Minutes?

Written by Bruce Hammitt on July 2, 2012

I also have sent letters to important people in my life letting them know how much I have appreciated having them as friends.

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Touched By an Angel

Written by Pamela Haven on March 11, 2011

When I asked him what he wanted in return, he leaned forward and said, “NOTHING. Just call me your ‘Angel.'”
I laughed and said, “No everyone wants something ..so what do you want?”
“No, you don’t understand. I am your Angel.”

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The Real Meaning of “Kin”

Written by John Paul Carter on March 1, 2011

“Kin” is a small but powerful word that brings together two beautiful actions that are inseparable: love and understanding. When we feel understood, we feel loved. And when we feel loved, we trust that we will be understood.

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My First Grade, First Taste Memory

Written by Braiden on February 22, 2011

I thank god for Miss Heeter to this day, for she awakened in me a curious palate, which eventually led to my choosing food and wine as my life’s career. Have you had a Miss Heeter in your life, a valued teacher who awakened a passion in your life?

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The Funeral Before the Funeral

Written by Harry on March 28, 2010

It was like a reception after a funeral, except Paul wasn’t dead.

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    Today I’d like to invite you to start seeing the world through its telling details. Really look into a person’s face. . .study his or her eyes. . .remember the hair color and the way their hair is parted.

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