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Cardboard Sign Beliefs

“When you are through changing, you are through.” — Bruce Barton There’s a stigma against changing our beliefs. Listen to a politician. They’re “never wrong.” They have honest, pure and unchanging values and we vote for them. Have someone accuse you … Continue reading

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Post-Christmas Resolution, Day 359 – Answer: All Of The Above

“A people must have dignity and identity. “ — Andrew Goodman, civil rights activist I bought a newspaper from a homeless man today. Street Roots is a publication sold by homeless people in the Portland area. Each bi-weekly issue sells for $1 … Continue reading

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Post-Christmas Resolution, Day 241 – A Trashy Story

Picked up trash in our neighborhood with my daughter tonight.  I started picking up trash in our neighborhood not for any noble intent, but simply because I was tired of garbage lining our streets. McDonald’s wrappers, liquor bottles, and a few … Continue reading

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