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Sep 30th

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What is the real meaning of Christmas?

What is the real meaning of Christmas?What is the real meaning of Christmas? With all of the hustle and bustle taking place, it is a good time to reflect on that question. In 1965, CBS debut the animated TV special "A Charlie Brown Christmas". At the beginning of the program, the main character Charlie Brown is not sure of the real meaning of Christmas. He confides in Linus that even though Christmas is approaching, he still feels depressed due to the over-commercialization of Christmas. Is Christmas over-commercialized? That is an individual question. I do believe that if we don't keep the real meaning of Christmas in mind, we may also become depressed or overwhelmed. Here are some Christmas lessons you can learn from Charlie Brown.
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Motivational Moments: Goals

Motivational Moments: GoalsWith the end of the year approaching, here is how I like to end my year.

Take your time and read my advice, and maybe it will help you to move closer to achieving some of your goals. Identify exactly what goal you want to work on and see yourself completing it. There is power in a visual picture. If you can see yourself accomplishing it, then it will become a reality.
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Greener holidays

Greener holidaysDear EarthTalk: What are some ideas for being greener this holiday season?
-- Beth Livingston, Camden, NJ
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Are you really a friend?

My friend Pastor Lawrence Knighton posted this on his Facebook page and I was so impressed with his question and answers that I thought I would share it. Pastor Knighton's question of the day was: "Are you really a friend?" Because the word friend is used so freely in relationships and in general, he wanted to share what attributes a real friend has. Pastor Knighton went on to say that a real friend does what he calls the 3 E's. Real friends educate, evaluate and elevate you.
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Motivational Moments: Time to think of goals for next year

During this season so many of us go out of our way to bring happiness to others, be it through holiday get-togethers, giving presents to loved ones, or giving to others in need. But this season as you do all those wonderful things, I want you to remember to also think about yourself. All too often, we spend so much time making sure everyone else's needs are met, that we forget about our own needs.
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Reflecting on the old year, preparing for the new one!

Reflecting on the old year, preparing for the new one!Another year is coming to an end. This is a good time to reflect and to plan for the New Year. Although you may have left some things undone, it is not too late to begin the necessary work to get them done in the upcoming year. This requires quiet time and personal reflection. Real success in life can only be measured by the accomplishment of your personal goals. Until you truly understand why you are here, you can never put the energy needed to bring it to pass. Spend some time during this month to determine what you want to accomplish in the upcoming year.
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Energy-saving tips for the holidays

Energy-saving tips for the holidaysThe holiday season is here! In addition to replacing traditional incandescent decorative lights with high-efficient ENERGY STAR® qualified LED (light-emitting diode) bulbs, there are many other ways to practice energy conservation during the holidays:
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