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Perceptive

I would like to share about a very familiar word “perceptive”. There are several words and phrases that could mean the same as perceptive. This include but not limited to; clever, observant, sensitive, responsive, insightful, or discerning. Perceive means “to see”;…

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How to Change Your Mind

A friend of mine recently told me a story I thought you’d like to hear… Growing up, a certain family didn’t have much money, but the mother LOVED to window shop (look in the windows at stores) and imagine buying…

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A Helping Heart

In as much as people think Nursing is all about giving oral drugs and injections ( medication) in a more appropriate way than they would, there’s more to it than just hands on, its an art and a science which…

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Thankful Heart

Considering the skies, hearing sounds of the birds of the air and being greeted with nice cool morning breeze. Observing the plants, tiny, small and great, this is all wonderment of God; the most amazing thing is that he created…

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Mindset Fallouts

Mindset-Part 3 Spies Sent into Canaan Numbers 13:1–33 13 The Lord spoke to Moses, saying, 2 g“Send men to spy out the land of Canaan, which I am giving to the people of Israel. From each tribe of their fathers you shall…

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Mindset Types

Mindset Part 2 In the previous chapter we did talk about mindset and that it’s a very important aspect of human being .Everyone in life has gone through some disheartening moments in their livelihood. Some are still experiencing some atrocious…

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MINDSET

Mindsets Part 1 The quest to success in the life of the person is constantly looking at ways to make it in life, be better than others, do better in business, graduate top of the class, improve relationships and we…

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Fish Farming

INTRODUCTION What is fish farming? Fish farming is the raising of fish for personal use or profit. It is sometimes called fish culture. Why do we raise fish? By raising fish we make better use of our land and our…

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Mocking Your Sins: Indigenous Laughter as Healing

Originally posted on Bluestockings Magazine :
Retail “Tribal Print” Crop-Tops I remember looking out the window of my mother’s car as she drove me home after school. I remember seeing a bumper sticker that read, “I was Indian before it was…

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Dress Coded: An Education on (unnecessary) Sexualization

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