Tag: mother theresa

do you hear what i hear?

about 6 years ago i was in anchorage, alaska. i stood in line at a starbucks in a barnes & noble, waiting to order my latte, killing time before heading to the airport to fly home to north carolina. my mouth was watering for a starbucks latte. it had been over a week without one,..

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what would you die for?

for me, today is all about passion. surrender. and trust. passion for a cause, or a belief, that is so strong that one is wiling to risk his or her life – literally or figuratively. surrender to a life of non-violence, peace-making, and love for others… instead of power, violence, greed, and love only for..

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fairness. stubborness. courage. love.

my copy of to kill a mockingbird. it’s my favorite book of all time. ever. it’s one of my favorite movies, too. in my top five. it’s a (north) american classic. and it’s a must read for all people (even non-americans) because it is a story of universal truths: injustice, racism, ignorance, and prejudice. and while..

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“there’s nowhere you can be that isn’t where you’re meant to be. it’s easy.”

what if everyday we felt like we were exactly where we were supposed to be?  what would life be like then? but, we don’t think that way… or at least i don’t. i haven’t. on happy, sunny, exciting days i felt like i was exactly where i should be in life – where i lived,..

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