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Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Etch H. Founder & Owner of: Smart and Funny Talk Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor and Family & Life Writer My son is so excited for this year 2017. He has so many plans: To be a better brother To be more obedient to the elderly To play and have fun To […]

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Eight Tips on Getting the Most Out of Your National Park Vacation — Discover

The National Park Service is turning 100 this week! Here, nomadic couple and nature lovers Becca and Alex Foss offer their advice on enjoying the parks’ natural wonders while avoiding the crowds.

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Gerry Canavan — Discover

The web is big — so veteran blogger Gerry Canavan scours it to collect the best links on culture, politics, education, and more. Visit his blog for curated reading lists that range from must-reads to esoteric gems.

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On Embracing it All — Discover

“Essay: to attempt. It never fails to move me when I watch people trying to make sense of their lives, sense of this world. They don’t have to.” Bestselling author Dani Shapiro encourages us to embrace everything in life — the beauty, the terror — and to live.

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Tiny Perfect Moments: Lightening — Discover

“[W]e were lucky to be alive, and not just because we didn’t get hit by lightening.” Good friends, a ferocious storm, and the beauty of being alive — and together.

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The Men from Town — Discover

Memoir by Ryan Van Meter: “This is the first time I’ve heard my brother make language do something surprising, and I smile because I know that he doesn’t realize his words are beautiful.”

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Still Life with Silence — O at the Edges

Still Life with Silence Not two, but one, invisible and stretched between stump and fence, filled with time, defining implication. Empty the pitcher. Accept its limitations. Listen to what is not.

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Inspiration Comes from the Lord. — Rubies Corner’s Blog

I don’t sit down with my Bible without a plan of some kind before me. I have been going through a small, book about taking 40 days with Jesus. It is full of a devotional type lesson on each page. Recently, I uncovered a Beth Moore study book that I had partially finished. I must […]

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H2O — Passion through Poetry

Blue skies And blue seas Enrapture me

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