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Bee Sweet Unlike babies, community bees, immediately start work upon birth. They are born with knowledge of how to build. Amazing! And they immediately start production, working together in harmony, to build a structure that will house their labor of … Continue reading
Creating Positive Flow Isn’t it refreshing to be around a person who maintains a positive outlook? Consider, on the other hand, how draining it is to be around a person who’s constantly speaking negatives. Our brains are created with neuropaths … Continue reading
Pure Love! As babies, our brains are wired for love writes Dr. Caroline Leaf, a specialist in neuro science. As we move through life, we “learn” negatives (fear and the like). That’s rewiring against the positive flow that our Father … Continue reading
Conflict Resolution What do you do with the contradictions? It is a wonderful anchor to have the Bible as the inerrant (without error) word of God in a world that is as agitated as the Atlantic Sea in hurricane season. … Continue reading
True Thoughts Babies, in many ways, are born fresh and clean, like a blank slate. Until they learn otherwise (which is not our Father’s design), they inherently trust. So, they are expecting that what their parents (caregivers, teachers, adults) tell … Continue reading