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Reflect, Restore, and Reposition with Nora Neal-Daggett.

Reflect, Restore, and Reposition with Nora Neal-Daggett.

When Tears Have Voice With fifty years of Nursing experience, 43 in Nursing management, Nora exudes profound, compassion, and, deeply cares for the hearts of those experiencing loss through the death of a husband, parent, child or divorce! Nora exemplifies a story of total transformation! Just imagine the caterpillar… how it is transformed from an ugly blob -into one of God’s most beautiful creatures!  Nora can help you transform your current state of mourning, sorrow, pain, and grief into hope and eventually joy! If you have experienced loss and/or are having trouble navigating grief, you will feel empowered, encouraged, and inspired by author, speaker,…
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Thank you for your service women of the Vietnam War

Thank you for your service women of the Vietnam War

I am celebrating veterans and active duty military who keep us and have kept us out of constant harm’s way, often at great costs. Considering this is the 100th year anniversary of WWI, we are reminded that war is a part of human history. My goal in November and December is to share diverse war stories across the spectrum of age, gender, and race to include family impact and cultural legacies. The Vietnam war was my coming of age war. I became immersed in and confused by the concurrent war at home about the necessity of US involvement, while at…
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There are some things we just don’t talk about. . . with Angela Peabody and F A Cole

There are some things we just don't talk about. . . with Angela Peabody and F A Cole

Author Susan Taylor says, “Loving is our strongest human need. In our effort to satisfy our deepest craving, we regularly look outside ourselves to find a person to love. Don’t you love being in love? I know I do. I’ve invested more time and energy in love relationships than I have in most other things. But a relationship with another person will never satisfy our hunger for love. Each of us is created in and of love. God loves us. God is love in us. Each of us is the very activity of love. We have all the love we…
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Was your mother a superhero?

Was your mother a superhero?

We grow up getting clues as to who we should be from significant others and multimedia images and stories. We begin in a once upon a time and happily ever after world. Somewhere between the ages of three and ten we seem to be drawn to the land of superheroes. Did you know that 37% of children ages three to ten when asked what they want to be when they grow up say superheroes? Although I loved to see her twirl into her superpowers, my first superhero was not Wonder Woman. My first superhero was my mother. Mother raised me the first…
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Every day is immediate.

Every day is immediate.

I like to greet the morning with gratitude. I intentionally focus on my body celebrating that I can move, see, feel, think, hear and care. I am aware it didn’t have to be this way and I remember there was a season when it wasn’t. Then as I tune into messages from the world, I long for a day without war, a time where empathy is an effective weapon against hate and when all human life is considered worthy. Apparently not yet. Sometimes my sense of powerlessness to make things better feels like grief. It was like that Sunday. I…
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If not for you.

If not for you.

Nina Simone wrote, “Everything must change, nothing stays the same, Everyone must change, no one stays the same The young become the old, mysteries unfold Cause that’s the way of time, nothing and no one goes unchanged.” I recently began to appreciate that the part of me that is the most easily lost or changed is also the part of me that is most easily cherished. I have had to learn to be brave enough to know who I am and let me be her. “The young become the old.” My birthday yesterday reminded me that I have lived longer…
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I can’t shut up. Children are our future.

I can't shut up. Children are our future.

Imagine: “Tears streaming down, her heart is broken. Because her life is hurting, so am I. He wears a frown, his dreams are troubled. And because he stands alone, his dreams will die. So humbly I come to you and say. As I sound aloud the warfare of today Here me I pray.   What about the children? To ignore is so easy, So many innocent children will choose the wrong the way, So what about the children? Remember when we children? Were it not for those who loved us And who cared enough to show us Where would we…
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How do you spell Christmas?

How do you spell Christmas?

What is your favorite Christmas movie? There are about as many Christmas movies out there as there are secret compartments in an Advent calendar. You could watch one a day for months leading up to Christmas! The iconic It’s a Wonderful Life consistently ranks among the top contenders for Best Christmas Movie Ever, and today you are invited to journey to Bedford Falls and discover the faith lessons found in It’s a Wonderful Life. When George Bailey sidles up to Martini’s Bar on Christmas Eve, he’s at the lowest point of his life. In the span of only a few…
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Sometimes cliches are necessary.

Sometimes cliches are necessary.

“Let’s see what happens”, she replied. How many times had she heard and said those words? But this time was different. She was different. She had been divorced ten years. She had been alone ten years. It had taken her that long to learn to love herself again; to see herself as worthy.  Now she was ready to dip her toe, perhaps her whole foot into the water. She was tired of being “singular”. Initially she had tried online dating. Perhaps because then she still saw herself as damaged, she attracted unsatisfying companions with her words. Oh, but now she…
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Read this if nobody texted you “good morning”.

Read this if nobody texted you "good morning".

Good morning, exceptional, incredible you. Remember when I asked you how you greet the morning? Today I was writing my son his good morning text of encouragement and love. It makes me feel connected and full of joy. Actually, this morning habit is one of my “pay it forward” activity. Blogger Heidi Priebe agrees with me and wrote some time ago that good morning texts are more than a half-hearted means of communication. They are a sign that we are thought of. Cared for. Adored, by someone who may not be immediately present. They are a reminder – one we…
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