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    Eagles Fly Alone

    Often we find ourselves trapped by people and circumstances. Our minds wonder and our hearts hunger for more. But yet we are unable to spread those wings and fly to a destination of comfort and happiness. Those wings have been tampered by those who surround us; unable to fly and unable to soar. Have you ever wondered why eagles fly alone and pigeons flock together? Eagles have the ability to reach great heights and soar above the storms. A pigeon would always have to seek shelter and remain in a flock in order to survive. The vision of an eagle is impeccable and they can view a rabbit size figure from…

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    Our Words Are Seeds

    Our words are seeds. Seeds are used to plant, grow and harvest a crop which is needed for the future. If we only have negative words to plant in our garden of life we shall reap the fruit of negativity and unfortunate circumstances. Is your life burdened with challenges and confrontation? Are you never succeeding in anything you attempt? Do you have an unhappy marriage? Are you stuck in that motionless job? Are you always broke? If so, this could be a result from negative words you have spoken in the past, whether it was said consciously or subconsciously. Your life follows whatever direction you speak. If you speak negative…

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    Our Comfort Zones Can Limit Our Potential Growth

    I have many conversations with friends and it is amazing how people are afraid to step out of their comfort zone. But imagine if that same comfort zone was made “uncomfortable”. Would you remain because it is all you know? Would you wait until that comfort zone is taken away from you in order to make a move? People would find all forms of excuses to remain in the situation they are in right now and prefer to complain about it rather than make a change. There are many who remain in bad marriages, uncomfortable living conditions and stressful work environments all because it is ALL THEY KNOW. But is it…

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