Thought provoking messages that will help you deal with events in your daily life.
Some studies have determined that all the elements in the average human body are worth about $8.
We all have our own definition of success.
Do mistakes get you down? Read the following and see how to use them for good!
A successful man once stated: "The main difference between the 'haves' and the 'have-nots' is the will to use what they have to make a difference."
To "give them a piece of your mind" usually means to "tell them off".
Did you get enough sleep last night? If not, maybe the following is some encouragement you could use. Have a good day—and a good night's sleep!
We all need a place to sleep, food, water, shelter and the necessities of life.
Words seem to be a challenge for us all at times. Here's some food for thought about what we say.
The tongue is hard to control.
Sometimes we make the mistake of thinking that the more details and information we give, the better people will know us.
Failing to follow instructions on a job application or in an interview is a sure red flag when an employer is looking for someone to hire.
Are you missing out on the happy moments of your life?
Allowing us to suffer is not God's way of saying He is through with us, nor is it a mark of abandonment by Him.
When we don't have much and are asked to share, we can have a sense of loss.
God is the Master Potter.
True success must include the respect and admiration of fellow humans.
"A man must be big enough to admit his mistakes, smart enough to profit by them, and strong enough to correct them," wrote McKenzie.
Unlocking our potential.
Life and living things do not happen by chance.
Room for improvement.
Ever more meaningful.
Are we punctual?
There are some who are experts at carrying chips.
Leadership comes in different sized packages.