What Are You Worth?

By: Danni Synot

I don’t know about you, but I love a good milkshake. Anything from plain vanilla, strawberry or chocolate, to a berry milkshake with all the lashings of cream, ice cream, and butterscotch brittle.

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The Words We Receive

By: Susan Browning

There’s a dialogue in my mind, a culmination of words I’ve heard over the years said about me, spoken to me and the conversation I have with myself. The minor declarations in the hurt of a moment when repeated create the pathway to edify our inability and lack of self worth.

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Get Your Praise From God

By: Dr Eliezer Gonzalez

People are like mirrors. We look at them and think that we see ourselves in what we see reflected back. If we see things like forgiveness and love, then we believe ourselves to be worthy of forgiveness and love. If, on the other hand, we see unforgiveness and rejection, then we believe ourselves to be unforgivable and unacceptable.

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My Floorboards Make Me Feel like a Terrible Person

By: Jennie Scott

When I magically and mysteriously become inexplicably rich, the first thing I will do is hire someone to clean my bathrooms. The two children I gave birth to have been granted that great privilege now, and their skills are still somewhat, shall I say, lacking. Their top priority is to finish, not necessarily finish well.

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Taking Off The Mask

Justin Lippiatt grew up in South Africa and found himself constantly pretending to be somebody he wasn’t in order to gain acceptance from his peers and affirmation from his heavy drinking father. Justin shares how he has been set free and how the mask he had been wearing has been taken off.

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