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GLENN MOLLETTE

Life’s disasters set us back. Mentally, physically, relationally, and financially.
Rejection is painful and can create lifelong embarrassment
If we can squeeze in some of the enjoyable, then life is a lot more fun.
Our nation has some problems, but who doesn’t? Together we can figure it out.

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Most federal career politicians end up very wealthy. They make good salaries. They have great health insurance and very nice retirement packages. They typically develop political action committees that cover expenses the government doesn’t pay. When they retire, they can donate campaign funds they have accumulated throughout the years to their own non- profits and administer the funds.
Most of us looking back can think of some endeavors or activities we wish we had let go in order to spend more time with our families. For some weird reason at the time they seemed all so important but now they feel like wasted time.
Uvalde, Texas and Buffalo, New York are the recent locations of horrific killings of the very young and elderly American people doing everyday life – going to school and buying groceries.
Your mental closet is filled with memories that are good and not so good.
Moderation is the key to most of life. Work some, play some, love some, help others some.
People can hurl words freer than hurling punches. Words can and do hurt.

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Our peace in America is very unsettling, but compare your situation to millions of Ukrainians today.
Sadly, for the thousands who have already been killed it’s too little too late.
The Devil wants our lives to be filled with darkness, hopelessness and bound to his wishes.

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