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20 Things the Rich Do Every Day

20 Things the Rich Do Every Day
So what do the rich do every day that the poor don’t do? Tom Corley, on his website, outlines a few of the differences between the habits of the rich and the poor. 1. 70% of wealthy eat less than 300 junk food calories per day. 97% of poor people eat more than 300 junk food calories per day. 23% of wealthy gamble. 52% of poor people gamble. 2. 80% of wealthy are focused on accomplishing some single goal. 3. 76% of wealthy exercise aerobically four days a week. 23% of poor do this. 4. 63% of wealthy listen to audio books during commute to work vs. 5% of poor people. 5. 81% of wealthy maintain a to-do list vs. 19% of poor. 6. 63% of wealthy parents make their children read two or more non-fiction books a month vs. 3% of poor. 7. 70% of wealthy parents make their children volunteer 10 hours or more a month vs. 3% of poor. 8. 80% of wealthy make Happy Birthday calls vs. 11% of poor. 9. 67% of wealthy write down their goals vs. 17% of poor. A Word from Dave… 1. 2. 3.

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the-anglican-and-catholic-churches-have-finallyrealised-they-must-change-to-survive-but-is-it-too-late-9016199 Just a word, first, about where one should direct one’s gaze. It is natural to bracket the Pope and the Archbishop together, but so great are the structural differences between the two Churches that this can mislead. In the Roman Catholic Church, everything flows down from the top, whereas in the Church of England authority is widely dispersed. The Pope first looks with an unforgiving eye at the barriers to missionary ministry that the Church itself erects. He calls this “A tomb psychology”, which slowly transforms Christians into “mummies in a museum”. Instead the Pope dreams of a “missionary option”, that is, a missionary impulse capable of transforming everything, so that the Church’s customs, ways of doing things, times and schedules, language and structures can be suitably channeled for the evangelization of today’s world. But with regard to missionary endeavour, there is a key difference between the Church of Rome and the Church of England.

13 Pictures For All The Introverts Out There May 24, 2012 | No Comments » | Topics: Pics Loading ... Hot Stories From Around The Web Other Awesome Stories (1) Facebook Sincerely, One of Many Girls Who Care | Anna Koistinen Are you a boy? I’m sorry. Not sorry that you’re a boy… That’s awesome. I’m sorry that you see hundreds of advertisements every week showing half-dressed women. I’m sorry every time you go to the beach or your neighborhood pool you can’t look in any direction without seeing a girl basically in her underwear. Or that you can’t scroll through Instagram on “women crush wednesdays” or any day for that matter without an airbrushed girl in a thong staring you down. Or that your buddy showed you that one magazine when you were 9 and you’ve never forgotten that moment because that was the first time you first saw a completely naked woman. When I think about the guys in my life who are striving to live with a pure and Godly mindset, it honestly breaks my heart that they’re surrounded with so much temptation. I think about my 22 year old brother, David, and the fight he is fighting every day for his future wife. But most of all, I think about the man I’m going to marry. Porn. Porn. Porn. Do not conform.

Our Blogs | Active Happiness This post is an excerpt from my best-selling book A Short Course in Happiness: Practical Steps to a Happier Life. Courage does not always roar. Sometimes it is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying, “I’ll try again tomorrow.” — Mary Anne Radmacher The things we say, whether out loud or to ourselves, have a profound effect not only on how we feel, but also on what we do. When we tell ourselves “I can’t do it” or “They’ll never allow it,” we undermine our own power and motivation to make change in our lives. So it’s important that we pay attention to what we say. Ask yourself this: How often are my comments positive and empowering, and how often are they negative and self-defeating? Here’s one way to start the shift. Harnessing the Power of “Yet” Adding “yet” to the end of a sentence can turn it from an old complaint into a new challenge. Here are some examples of the power of “yet.” (more…)

Facebook New Whine: Why I am still an evangelical Ever since I have called myself a Christian, I have identified as an evangelical. However, this does not mean that I have not changed or modified my views over time - I have, quite significantly. The question is, how can I continue to identify as an evangelical, despite these changes? The thing is, I take a number of labels, that others might not consider particularly compatible: Christian, Evangelical, Green, Anarchist, feminist. There are those who might object to me using these labels, mainly because they don't completely define me - none of them are complete, even all together , they are not a complete definition of me. Each provides insights into the others, where they differ, that is the point of growth and development. So how do I still justify calling myself by the same label? 1. 2. 3. 4.Crucicentricity. PSA - Penal Substitutionary Atonement - is one theology of atonement. So, I still hold to the core principles of evangelicalism.

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