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No One Knows Enough to Worry

  • December 17, 2015

What do we do when we choose to worry? When we choose to worry, we choose to pitch our brain into the future while saying, “I know the next five minutes, or the next five days, or five months from now, or a year from now, is going to be b-a-a-d. It’s ...

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Work Is Wonderful Therapy

  • January 23, 2016

Many in America have forgotten that truth, because they’ve stopped working once they got a job. So, if you’re lonely, work. If you’re depressed, work. If you’re anxious, work. If you’re lazy, work. Work elevates you with a sense of productivity ...

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Gratitude

  • January 23, 2016

Two kinds of people: those who blame God for what they don’t have and those who thank God for what they do have. Those who blame God are EHs, externally handicapped. They’re always looking to external things to blame for their lack of success: “bad ...

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Predicting The Future

  • January 23, 2016

We cannot predict the future, but WE DO CREATE IT BY OUR MOMENT-TO-MOMENT ACTIONS. Actions explode with results. One of the wisest things your mama said to you was, “Go! Go! You might meet somebody.” Go. Go to work. Go to school. Go to your computer. ...

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Too Old. For What?

  • April 26, 2016

“Dr. Gallagher, during the spring break, I rushed home cuz’ the first person I wanted to see was Mee-Mee. Couldn’t believe it, after being a widow for almost 21 years, she met this really nice man and they did Meals-on-Wheels together, and they got ...

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