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It’s What You Scatter

There is not one among us who has not wished for riches.  A life with no money worries… Money to buy all of the luxuries we dream of….  This is a story of a rich man with hardly any money… I was at the corner grocery store buying some early potatoes...

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The 57 Cent Church

This is a true story about a little girl with a lot of faith. A little girl stood near a small church from which she had been turned away because it was 'too crowded.' 'I can't go to Sunday School,' she sobbed to the pastor as he walked by. Seeing her shabby, unkempt appearance, the pastor guessed the reason and, taking her by the hand, took her inside and found a place for her in the Sunday school class. The child was so happy that they found room for her, and she went...

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Salt Block Cooking

There is nothing more exciting and versatile than Salt Block cooking.  It is perfect for a night at home or entertaining guests. The salt block can actually be used cold out of the refrigerator or slowly heated on the grill or cook top. Himalayan Pink Salt is harvested in the mountains of Himalaya.  It was actually crystalized during the Jurassic Era over 200 million years ago!  The salt has been protected from pollution by a volcanic layer It is naturally antibacterial. The pink of the chilled salt block is a perfect background for...

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Teaching Your Child to Share Their Worries

Children today live in a much faster paced world than even a decade ago.  Technology is everywhere and unfortunately sometimes replaces the human element.  The lives of adults are also more complicated and overloaded and that techno baby sitter is welcomed.  How often have you been in a restaurant and you see a whole family each on their own personal device?  So not only are we filling their minutes with continuous games, we are depriving them of the conversation and exchange of ideas that encourages discussion and problem solving. The turmoil...

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Finding Ten Minutes for Yourself

It is the plight of every woman from the time that Monday was Laundry Day and Tuesday was Baking Day, and the phones were hooked to the walls up to today when we juggle everything.  Today’s technology has only made us more accessible to everyone and everyone needs something from you.  Most women now have a job along with their home duties. We are often helping our parents.  Kids are in multiple activities.  We live out of our cars.  Fast food is a great help and then we feel guilty. The...

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