BeasAttitudes: Thoughts from Facebook

2 months ago

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2 months ago

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3 months ago

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Mary’s little lamb. Wherever Mary went, the lamb...you know the rest. It followed. The lamb could be led to a ledge, directed to jump and it would. It could be guided towards oncoming traffic, not know any better and step in front of a truck. Depending on which “Mary” it followed would determine the creature’s outcome. I don’t know about you, but this little “lamb” chooses very carefully whom she allows to direct her steps. What say you?
#lambs #choose #whomtofollow
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3 months ago

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I propose today be laugh-a-lot....what say you? ... See MoreSee Less

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4 months ago

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she's here and I couldn't be more excited. The link is in the comments below. PLEASE share if you wouldn't mind.
Why not get this for a friend for Easter? I do hope each of you enjoy it....
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4 months ago

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“…a wife’s quarreling is a continual dripping of rain...” This isn’t only true in marriage. Like a proverbial mudslide that can’t take another drop of water, so quarreling can cause a downward slide of muck and junk. Quarreling never solves but always dissolves relationships. And some never recover. I don’t know about you, but I don’t want to create a slippery slope because of a squabble (or would that be squall?). What say you?
#quarreling #ruins #relationships
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4 months ago

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Today's attitude: Take what others say with a grain of salt. They might think listeners are being seasoned with wisdom but most likely they are spoiling something with their condemn*ments (con*di*ments ☺).
#heed #words #notuseful
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4 months ago

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I’m addicted. Not to drugs. I had a brother die due to complications from drugs, so I know the repercussions of that choice. Not to alcohol either. To be addicted can mean; “devoted or dedicated to.” So, I admit, I’m addicted…to respecting others and being respected. To honoring another, and their perspective, and having mine honored as well. We have lost the fine art of esteeming the aged, regarding each other’s faith with dignity, and leaving coarse language to nightclubs or the battlefield. What say you? Are you dedicated to returning to a time of respect and deference? It’s something I would willingly become “addicted” to.
#addicted #torespect #neverenough
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4 months ago

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4 months ago

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Are you a first responder friend? You know, the one who is called in time of need, where everything else is dropped and you arrive with equipment of encouragement to sustain, protect and provide? We all need others to share coffee and a good laugh. But, more than anything else we require friends in the emergencies of life. What say you? Are you on full alert for others at a moments notice?
#firstresponder #friends #inemergencies
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5 months ago

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sweep away... ... See MoreSee Less

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5 months ago

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where do you go to taste peace? ... See MoreSee Less

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6 months ago

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Words are powerful, soothing, convicting, confusing and beautiful, designed from a seemingly haphazard alphabet. We seek them when times are the hardest or joy is greatest. Words are friends in the dark, companions when inspired. When there is no other comfort, words step beside us and still our weary souls. I’m sorry. Those two verbal friends say everything when nothing else is needed. Don’t take words for granted. Use them wisely and sparingly, and they will never disappoint. After all, it all began with The Word.
#words #companions #usewisely
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7 months ago

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Joy snatchers sneak into the dark of night and, like the Grinch, seek to steal life’s greatest treasure. But we are the guardians called to protect this precious gift. So “be watchful, stand firm and be strong.” Let no man or woman pilfer your greatest pleasure—joy in life’s journey. What say you?
#no #grinch #willsteal #myjoy
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8 months ago

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Tears are jewels—rubies of great value. A precious commodity I’m not willing to share with just anyone. There’s a place where I keep these treasures safe. Only when I find a fellow gemologist (i.e. friend) that I trust am I willing to open the vault. What say you? When are you ready to reveal your priceless riches?
#tears #priceless
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8 months ago

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It’s treadmill time. Not because of the mountains of consumed foods. It’s the crazy, get on the treadmill, run from one activity, store, event, tree buying, decorating baking…you get the idea…time. We move as if the path beneath us is set on high speed. Maybe there’s a better way. Stop. There’s no need to go to one more event, just because. Or buy one more gift, in case. Or decorate the house according to Southern Living. Instead…cuddle your kids. Call a friend. Step off the tread and embrace. The rat race will always be there. It’s this day that counts. Don’t take that gift and your loved ones for granted.
#running #treadmill #tiresusout
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9 months ago

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"Friends"—a nationally syndicated series. Now accumulating “friends” is a game on Facebook. Friendship has been watered down to a number on an app or a group of unknown characters on TV. It used to be having a good friend was another person who knew our secrets, shared our sorrows, and laughed with us to the point of tears. I’ve only known a few of them in my lifetime, and I’ve been blessed with those who’ve stuck through life with me in spite of me. I dream about the day when we can go back to the few and forget the frenzy. Of hugging a human and not keeping up with ‘likes’ and ‘loves’ on a blue-toothed device. What say you? Ready to be a true-blue friend again?
#friends #trueblue #notbluetooth
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9 months ago

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An imprint is a mark. Some are short lived like footprints in the sand. But there are impressions that are indelible—permanent reminders of our influence on others or ones that have been inscribed on us. Words, attitudes, body language. We can use these to lift up or tear down. Like tattoos, what we say and do may be irreversible. Choose your imprints carefully. You never know what mark you leave behind—a thing of beauty or an ugly scar. What say you?
#marks #oflove #nothate
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9 months ago

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We often think of jealousy as negative: to resent, covet what someone else has, or have green-eyes of envy. But it is a two-sided coin. Jealousy is protective, to be vigilant over something or someone—like being jealous of time with our family. Unfortunately, It can be used to control and manipulate. Instead it should be used to create a barrier to guard precious loved ones. Jealousy provokes us to action—good and bad. There are reasons for jealousy to rear her ugly head but it doesn’t have to be ugly after all. What say you?
#jealous #goodreasons
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9 months ago

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Your eye is a lamp to your soul. Gaze on darkness and your inner self is filled with the same. Take in goodness and you overflow with light. But where is kindness, self-control, or respectability these days? Seems these things need to begin within me. What say you? Ready to let your lamp shine? The world needs this little light of mine, and yours.
#thislittlelight #yoursandmine #makethedifference
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