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The People We Pass By

Our days are filled with passing by other people. Whether it's on foot or by car, I can't help but to wonder more and more about the story of those that enter and exit my field of vision. You see,…

Peri “wrinkle”

2011 - Dallas (7 yrs) and Peri (3 weeks) Periwrinkle Rudy's Blue Angel is his AKC full name. "Peri" for short. He came into our family 9 years ago this week. He was named after his older brother, a fawn…

Who Will I Thank and Serve Today?

I'm about to say something counter-cultural. Humans are not inherently good. We enter this world with a natural tendency to be selfish and self-centered. We don't want to be subordinate to anyone else, and we don't like the feeling of…

Underestimated

How many people set a goal to be underestimated? In today's culture, evidently not too many. To be underestimated means to be smaller or less important than you actually are. On the contrary, it seems like the "unsilent majority" are…

It’s Not About Me

"It's not about me." Think about what life would be like if more of us truly believed that and acted that way. Such a simple statement, yet so hard to live out. It seems like the world is wired against…

Proskartereó

Proskartereó (Greek): to attend constantlyPart of Speech: VerbPhonetic Spelling: (pros-kar-ter-eh'-o)Definition: A steadfast and single-minded faithfulness to a person, cause or belief, demonstrated by continued loyalty and support, in order maintain a certain course of action.Usage: I persist, persevere in, continue steadfast in; I wait…

PLEASE (if you are able)

Dear MindWolves follower, I'm down to the wire and in urgency mode ... As you know, I have written a book on personal growth & self-improvement and am doing a campaign to attract readers and publishers, which is now in…

Let’s Play Make-Believe

Everyone struggles with the emotion of fear. Fear of failure. Fear of rejection. Fear of death. While some fears birth heros as a result of their actions to a threat, most fears handicap people. Fear and courage are polar opposites.…

Train for Significance

Our most innate need is to feel significant, to find purpose and meaning in our human existence. We want something to survive us. While many attempt to find significance by gratifying their own ambitions, I argue that significance is not…

Selfish Panic vs. Neighborly Resilience

I am a student of habit change, and there are two indisputable facts about habits: You can't break a habit. You can only replace it with another habit.Habits provide short-term rewards and long-term outcomes, for better or worse. A habit…

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