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How is gratitude a useful expression of spirituality? No one argues that it makes others feel good if you are grateful, but is that useful to their personal growth and yours?
Many people find it much easier to give than to receive, for example, which makes it hard for them to feel grateful when they are on the receiving end of a gift, favor, appreciation, or love. They look embarrassed and uncomfortable instead.
Until you get to the bottom of why gratitude is so hard, you cannot really understand what gratitude actually is.
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Hello Students take note that we shall have studies in the Book Of Acts Sunday November 18th, time 10 PM. Central Standard Time USA.
1st Blogtalk version of what is CEPTV. Tine in as we delve into the mechanics of what is going on behind the scenes and why this is more than meets the eye for business owners who may not have reached the level of success they wish to attain as of yet.
CEPTV is for the underdogs in the Crafting, entertainment, and entrepreneurs of the world. We want to hear about your journey and where you are right now!
There are endless reasons why we have sex—physical pleasure, comfort, validation, revenge. Another good excuse? The fireworks you experience between the sheets can also light up your brain. Better still, sex can help boost your mental well-being. There are also reasons why some don't have sex: waiting for marriage, reborn again virgin, tired of the same ole merry-go-around. Join me in this stimulating conversation about is natural not having sex and waiting for that right person to come along.
My Guest this week is: Michelamonè Michelamonè is a certified speaker, author and life and relationship expert that has mastered the keys to having healthy relationships through her life experience, educational and spiritual background. Michelamonè is an ordained minister, an author, a businesswoman, an entrepreneur and philanthropist who has been called to help women live in successful relationships and marriages. Michelamonè has written the book “Rejection Saved My Life” to help women put rejection into a healthy perspective that will cause a change in their lives for the better.
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Greetings and salutations! Chairshot Radio is back once again with a new episode, and it's LIVE. In this edition, Platt and Rey react to WWE Survivor Series and take YOUR CALLS! They also welcome Big Dave from Attitude of Aggression who was live in the Staples Center and discuss NXT Takeover War games. All of this, with tons of humor, sarcasm, and flair, on Chairshot Radio!
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