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THE FOUR AGREEMENTS I haven't read this book in a long time but I remember it being so valuable. Stumbled across the "agreements" the other day while moving. Good stuff.

THE FOUR AGREEMENTS | Spiritual Gangster

Quote by Douglas McArthur- American General, Purple Heart awarded, Medal of Honor recipient and more.

Never sacrifice these three things: your family, your heart, or your dignity.

Never let the influences of the modern world affect your morals or who you are. A Southern Gent.


Why Not . . . Invest in Education? - The Simply Luxurious Life®


A strong woman loves, forgives, walks away, lets go, tries again and perseveres... no matter what life throws at her.

love her

Salvage Savvy: Words of Wisdom: Breaking the Rules

Words of Wisdom: Breaking the Rules


True be mindful of what you say and do!

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Live your life and forget your age. #quote #live #life


"The ones that love you will never make you wonder..."


I know 1 and her name is the black widow! I love my sister! :) ~ ₪•BE•₪ ~

Pay attention.


And put an Amen right there! #truth

So true! This thought totally makes me feel better about all the snotty people I have to talk to every day... In fact, I think I'm going to frame it & put it on my desk! :)

please...yes...doing nothing can be a good thing

Part of my new self project! This is a great slap in the face for an over-protective mom like me. I love it! Agreeing with it (which I do) and living by it... Two TOTALLY different things!! :-/

I remember the summer I was nine. Living in Maple Ridge, a small suburb of Vancouver, Canada, I had the utmost freedom. My bicycle took me everywhere. It whisked me away to imaginary play as a princess in the woods, or to build forts in a friend’s backyard, or a water fight at the school playground, or sometimes just to the corner store eight blocks from my house in search of baseball cards and sour soother candies. There was a great sense of empowerment. Oh …


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    Ann Xander

    Soo true!!!!