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"To keep the heart unwrinkled, to be hopeful, kindly, cheerful, reverent--that is to triumph over old age."  beliefnet.com                                                              -- Thomas Bailey Aldrich

"To keep the heart unwrinkled, to be hopeful, kindly, cheerful, reverent--that is to triumph over old age." beliefnet.com -- Thomas Bailey Aldrich

The Bible is full of wonderful assurance to those of us whose hearts are broken.

The Bible is full of wonderful assurance to those of us whose hearts are broken.

Your attention is limited and when it is soaked up with destructive or useless thinking, there is little left to give to the things that really matter.

Your attention is limited and when it is soaked up with destructive or useless thinking, there is little left to give to the things that really matter.

Can Christians Drink Socially? By Corine Gatti, Social Drinking, Drinking, a Sin? What to Do in Social Situtations - Beliefnet.com

Can Christians Drink Socially? By Corine Gatti, Social Drinking, Drinking, a Sin? What to Do in Social Situtations - Beliefnet.com

Change your attitude with these 20 tips.

Change your attitude with these 20 tips.

Trying to conceive is like riding a roller coaster that won't stop.

How to Stay Positive When Trying to Conceive

Trying to conceive is like riding a roller coaster that won't stop.

The tool that the enemy uses the most is turning us against ourselves through self-defeating discouragement. In order to stand firm in faith, one must be ever-filled with God’s truth. Here are ten ways to pummel and live victoriously.

The tool that the enemy uses the most is turning us against ourselves through self-defeating discouragement. In order to stand firm in faith, one must be ever-filled with God’s truth. Here are ten ways to pummel and live victoriously.

Books a Yogi Will Love

Books a Yogi Will Love

12 Ways to Release Stress - Beliefnet.com

12 Ways to Release Stress - Beliefnet.com

Tim Clinton and Pat Springle discuss how we must love ourselves before we can truly love others in a relationship.

Tim Clinton and Pat Springle discuss how we must love ourselves before we can truly love others in a relationship.

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