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Day 10: Believe

In the Gospel of Mark, he tells about a time when a man approached Jesus on behalf of his son. The symptoms he describes sound similar to epilepsy. The man told Jesus he had taken his son to Jesus’s disciples, … Continue reading

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Day 6: Exercise

Exercise. I can’t even begin to tell you how important exercise — preferably daily! — is for you. Physical exercise literally saved my life three decades ago. It has so many benefits that if you hate exercise, you really need … Continue reading

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Day 5: Self-Talk

We each have a constant inner monologue all day, every day running through our minds. Sometimes it gives a blow-by-blow account of what’s happening now. But more often, it repeats the past like a hung up record. (Of course, you … Continue reading

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Day 4: Water

There are so many benefits to drinking water, it’s almost difficult to talk about them in a short post. So, I’ll only deal with a few of them here… probably the ones that most people find the most desirable! Welcome … Continue reading

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Day 3: Laugh

When was the last time you really laughed? A throw your head back, laugh till you cry and your cheeks hurt, and your stomach hurts kind of laugh? Norman Cousins wrote a book called “An Anatomy of an Illness”. He … Continue reading

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