Dealing with a problem

Gene Helveston

Do you have a problem about something, anything? Excuse me if I answer for you. The answer is Yes! We all have problems. Some are big and some are small, but when they arise, all are important, so it is natural for any of us to seek a way out of a pickle.
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Meditation on the Divine Will

Abraham Lincoln

In his book The Eloquent President (Random House, 2005, P 154), Ronald C. White Jr. describes the “Musings” of Abraham Lincoln in these 155 words written in 1862 in the darkest hours of the Civil War. It was seen by no one until discovered in private papers by his secretary John Hay in 1872. Today we might call this journaling.
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Breathing

Gene Helveston

Journaling is an exercise that helps people focus on things that are likely to be expressed only when a person is in the right frame of mind. The following is the result of my first attempt at a “public” journal entry.
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