Mid-week Question: Failure Possibilities

failure in the face

After awhile the practice of staying in preexisting conditions twists into a type of emotional suffocation.

This week there are two questions (double trouble or double pondering, you decide). I read these at the Scoutie Girl blog by Tara Gentile.

What are you doing that risks the possibility of failure?
What helps you look failure in the face and move forward with new hope?

Read more at Tara’s post by gently clicking here

And, a timely reminder from Rick Warren: God blesses His plans, not ours separate from Him.

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Other Questions to Consider

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Monday Words for the Soul~February 25~noise

Steve Jobs would have celebrated his 58th birthday today.
If you are reading this post on a computer, iPad, iPhone, or laptop, thank Steve Jobs.
(even if you are using Windows)

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More Words for the Soul

A word from The Sponsor~February 24

1 John 1:9

If we confess our sins, He is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and cleanse us of all unrighteousness. ~1 John 1:9

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This Weekend~Embrace OOAKness

This weekend: an easy weekend activity: embrace your OOAKness

Your One of a Kind-ness

one of a kind

The abbreviation OOAK stands for the expression, “one of a kind.” The term originates in yachting in 1949 to describe a regatta race in which ship builders were allowed to enter as many different models of yachts into the regatta as they manufactured, but no more than one of each model (hence, “one of a kind”). *

In the regatta race that is our lives, please remember your OOAK-ness.

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*from Wikipedia

Other Easy Weekend Activities

Mid-week Question of the Week~February 20~Care and Feeding

Question of the Day taken from Scoutie Girl

   What feeds you?

And, please remember… You. Matter. You are God’s good idea –what a great thought from Jennifer Dukes Lee. 

You are God’s masterpiece.

What Feeds You?

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More Questions to Consider

Monday Words for the Soul~President’s Day

Let us tenderly and kindly cherish, therefore, the means of knowledge. Let us dare to read, think, speak, and write. ~President John Adams

Happy President's Day

Plans are nothing; planning is everything. ~President Dwight Eisenhower

washington on rushmore

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Additional Words for the Soul

A Word from The Sponsor~February 17

Proverbs 4:23

Proverbs 4:23

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More Words from The Sponsor

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