Monthly Archives: March 2012

Family Sayings: The Makings of a Good Idiom

Idiom – The usage or vocabulary that is characteristic of a specific group of people; an expression whose meanings cannot be inferred from the meanings of the words that make it up   Every family uses certain expressions that most … Continue reading

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Running For My Life: Part 3

The physical activity of running somehow empowered me to build up my spiritual muscles, as well, and to begin to take my designated place in the Race of Life with confidence… When I say “Running for My Life,” I really mean it. I run because it adds so much vitality to my life! And even if I didn’t have legs, I would still “run to win” the Real Race. Continue reading

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Running For My Life: Part 2

This is the second post of a series about “my running story” (every runner has one), but it is about far more than meets the eye, so stay with me to the end; the best stuff is there! Continue reading

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Running For My Life: Part 1

This is the first post of a series about “my running story” (every runner has one), but it is about far more than meets the eye, so stay with me to the end; the best stuff is there! Continue reading

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Staying Mentally Fit

How do we continue to stretch our brains even after we have learned the major skills that we need to get through life? It boils down to a word: challenge. It’s all about challenging ourselves, challenging our brains. Continue reading

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