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Experience is the Hardest Kind of Teacher

by Stacie Hammond March 28, 2018

“Experience is the hardest kind of teacher.  It gives you the test first and the lesson afterward.” — Oscar Wilde I truly believe that everything and everyone has something to teach us in this life, without exception. I’ve learned, in earnest, to become aware of how interconnected we all are and how important and life-changing …

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4 Life Saving Steps for Dealing with Huge Challenges and Bad News

by Barbara Vercruysse March 15, 2018

On April 7th, 2003 I was told that I had a stage-4 skin cancer and would probably not survive the end of that year. My youngest son, Jean-Baptiste, was 8 weeks old at that moment, my daughters Heloïse and Eugenie were 3 and 2 years old. I had been running my construction business for 5 …

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Paying It Forward: Is There More to Life than the Race, the Pursuit, and the Game?

by Lee Christopher Grant March 10, 2018

Sometimes, the difficulties we can experience in life, often seems like a “life sentence.” It often feels like it’s here to stay, permanent even. A good friend of mine made a casual comment once that to this day I’ve never forgotten: “There’s more to your life than ‘how you feel,’ your emotions can blind you …

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Why Do Bad Things Happen to Good People

by Andrea Schulman March 02, 2018

Have you ever asked the question “why do bad things happen to good people?” Or (even more confusingly) “why do good things happen to bad people?” Often we just throw our hands up and say “life’s not fair!”  However, this is an incorrect statement because life indeed is fair.  We all create our realities using the same …

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