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“It’s not too late to do something kind, creative, generous, satisfying and courageous. Today. ” —
I posted these questions about one year ago — but I still like them a lot.
Traditionally, a manifesto is a written statement where you publicly declare your… – Intentions (what you
The other day, I hopped in a cab. The driver and I started chatting, as you
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It was just an ordinary Tuesday. I woke up, made a strong pot of coffee, and
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