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Apr 17th

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A good heart makes a good man

Picture a man running a marathon. At some point that man will hit what runners call "the wall." This is the point where the man's body begins to rebel against him. His head, feet, lungs, and kidneys, and body all tell him that he is not able to continue. His mind also begins to revolt against him. His thoughts are now cloudy, and the thought of quitting is now at the forefront of his mind. But this man does not quit because his heart will not allow him to do so. His heart overrides what his mind and body is telling him. A man's heart is the ruling factor in his action. His mind and body have no choice but to comply.
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Trending: Ford innovates with social media advertising campaign

Trending: Ford innovates with social media advertising campaignBuilding on the groundbreaking social engagement program that launched the Ford Fiesta in the U.S. in 2009, Ford now plans to introduce its new 2014 Fiesta through an innovative ad campaign created entirely by consumers.
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Minnesota Energy Tips: Sealing air leaks the best way to conserve energy

Air that leaks through the ceiling, walls, foundation, and other areas—known as air infiltration—is a significant source of heating and cooling losses in a home—up to one third in a typical house. Stopping air leaks is the best way to conserve energy, save money, and increase comfort.
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Overcoming the fear of being alone

Overcoming the fear of being aloneLoneliness is a harmful condition that can be caused by the fear of being alone, and / or an unhealthy view of self. Loneliness is a negative state because it equals you minus the other. It suggests that you are less when others are not present. It makes you dependent on other people instead of using your time alone to work on yourself. This is an indication that you may be placing greater importance on others than yourself. Relationship with other is a byproduct of “self,” and as a result, strengthening your self, strengthens your relationships. 
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Women united to win

March is Women’s History month. It is set aside as a time to celebrate those who have gone on before us and inspire those yet to come. This month will feature events and activities that will both educate the mind and uplift the spirit. It is also a time to prepare for the work ahead. Women around the world have overcome great odds, including that of domestic violence. That is why I am happy to be a part of the 5th Annual “Women Unite to Win” Women’s Appreciation Banquet schedule to be held Sunday, March 17, 2013. Domestic violence is an ugly little truth that has permeated our community.
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MONEY: Three tips to help couples plan their financial future

MONEY: Three tips to help couples plan their financial future (StatePoint) Experts say that with good communication and solid planning, couples can put themselves in the right position to build a solid financial future together.
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I am hip-hop!

I am hip-hop!Recently I attended the So So Def 20th Anniversary Concert at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta. 

On Saturday, Feb. 23 I sat quietly in the front row and mingled with Atlanta’s finest including notable radio and television producers, journalists, entertainers – the who’s who in the entertainment industry. I had the opportunity to get up close and personal with the entertainers, some of which included So So Def founder, Jermaine Dupri, Kris Kross, Da Brat, Jagged Edge, Xscape, Bow Wow, Anthony Hamilton, Lil Jon, Franchise Boys, Bass All Stars, INOJ, Bone Crusher, Jaquon, Dondria, YoungBloodZ, Nelly, Ludacris, Big Tigger, Pastor Troy, Usher, Young Jeezy, Jay-Z and Mariah Carey.

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