Pamela Reynolds

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The Friendly Face Mask
Fear

The Friendly Face Mask

I don’t know about everyone else, but I have many masks that I apply throughout the day. I am not being deceitful to others, only to myself. This is what I have a problem with. I treat others respectfully, or at least I try to, but I bully myself a lot. What I say and do is reflected upon many times and then scrutinized for honesty.

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The Strength Of Gentleness

“I learned that it is the weak who are cruel, and that gentleness is to be expected only from the strong.”    Leo Rosen “As the aperture of your heart opens to love you will receive

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Simplicity
Family

Simplicity

I was listening to the news, and began laughing at the seriousness of one person’s perception, of the correct thing to do. He was confident in his thinking, and positive about his righteousness in the matter. Of course he believed others who differed with him, to be without care and evil. My first thought was he must not reflect very much about anything. For sure I would not enjoy judging the good or evil of anyone.

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Peaceful Coexistence
Family

Peaceful Coexistence

As I look around all I can see is the  massive amount of people who have ongoing issues with family members. It is difficult to avoid listening to their side of the story. I am not saying they are wrong. As a matter of fact they are totally correct in their thinking. The problem is the other party is totally right in their way of seeing it. What a problem when each factor digs in their heels and puts up barriers to any attempt at viewing the other side of the issue.

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The insignificant life
Assumptions

The Insignificant Life

So many times as I have moved onward with my life, I look back and recall various events. What is astonishing to me, is the people who stand out, as the ones who have either made a difference in my life or inspired me to do and be better. They are sometimes not the people that I knew well, or that played a significant role in my life, yet I clearly remember how they influenced me, and how they made me feel.

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Surviving The Obstacles
Courage

Surviving The Obstacles

Teenage boys endure their own problems and fears. They also choose friends that are in high regard. Girls are judging them by who they are with. The stronger and louder the friends, the more status they gain. Boys watch television and sports, and read books and magazines. All of the media and their own families and peers, emphasize the image of a male as tough, feisty, strong, mean, courageous, powerful, and controlling as a leader. The kind thinking male is very low on the scale. Can anyone else see a problem?

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Job Division at Home

“The deepest fear we have, ‘the fear beneath all fears,’ is the fear of not measuring up, the fear of judgment. It’s this fear that creates the stress and depression of everyday life.”                 Tullian

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Cancel The Worry

“That awkward moment when you  start telling a story and you realize no one is listening so you slowly fade out and pretend you never said anything.” teenage posts tumblr “No one must shut his

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Bullying Is Real; Defeat It

Bullying has been around for a long time, and has increased its area of ruin. Recently it has been placed in the spotlight. We become aware of it when a person hurts another. We miss it in ourselves. It possibly is promoted through our daily interactions.

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