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Leadership

In 218 BCE, during the Second Punic War, the great Carthaginian general Hannibal led his army from modern-day Spain all the way to Italy and toward Rome, in one of the most famous military achievements in history. As the troops … Continue reading

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Need

With these simple words, author, activist, and spiritual leader Marianne Williamson exposes the very heart of empathy and compassion. It’s easy to let feelings of anger, blame, or judgment cause animosity with others. But if we take a moment to … Continue reading

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I wonder

For all the despair, the hope, the disappointment, the sheer joy of triumphant, the pain, the emotional loss, the unexpected and the incomprehensible shortness of life, for all of the mysteries of life that leaves humanity grasping for answers – … Continue reading

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Two Faced

Honestly, if I were two-faced, would I be showing you this one? – Abraham Lincoln This self-deprecating comment is perhaps the most famous Lincoln one-liner from the Douglas debates. Lincoln made the quip in response to Douglas’ accusation that he … Continue reading

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Lincoln Humor

“Shoot me, for if I am an uglier man than you I don’t want to live.” – Abraham Lincoln

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Stroke of luck

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Hmmmm….

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Medicine for the soul

“It is a fair, even-handed, noble adjustment of things, that while there is infection, disease and sorrow, there is nothing in the world so irresistibly contagious as laughter and good humor.”

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Smart

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Try it

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