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Beliefnet Blogger Gabrielle Bernstein Gets Engaged (and a Few Thoughts on Letting Go)

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Just Say No to Beating Yourself Up
One of my favorite parts about writing this blog is that it’s been like holding a mirror up to myself. I mean, how can I tell you not to worry if I worry all the time? It’s caused a lot of introspection in why I see, think and react the way I do. I consider this lovely experiment a chance for all of

posted 12:31:10pm Jun. 25, 2012 | read full post »

Finding My Father
Today’s guest blogger is Sam Bracken, co-author of My Orange Duffel Bag: A Journey to Radical Change (Crown Archetype; June 2012) with Echo Garrett, spokesperson for the Orange Duffel Bag Foundation, and general manager of new media for Franklin Covey. When I was 13-years old, I collapsed during

posted 4:16:44pm Jun. 13, 2012 | read full post »

Inspiring Photo: Beautiful Light!
I took this picture Tuesday evening as I was leaving work from the top of our garage at work. It over looks the Elizabeth River into the neighboring city of Portsmouth. I just like the view but when I looked at the picture later, I realized that I caught some beautiful light!

posted 12:30:21am Jun. 04, 2012 | read full post »

People Who Do Good: The Adventures of Coach Crawford
In March, I proudly started a series on people who go the extra mile to inspire and enrich the community around them. First, we met Shari Grimes and the work she does for the Hope House, then we met a few lovely young ladies at the Focus Institute who challenged each other to go without make-up for

posted 12:05:06am May. 31, 2012 | read full post »

Don’t Get Stuck in the Storm
We are fortunate here at Beliefnet to work on the 19th floor of a building that is poised on the edge of Norfolk. From the office window where the editors work, our view spans across at least five cities. We can see traffic for miles along the interstate. On a particularly clear day, we can see the

posted 12:45:53am May. 30, 2012 | read full post »

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