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Quote of the Day: June 19, 2020

WHEN SELF AWARENESS BECOMES SELF ABSORPTION “When you’re a good person, you don’t lose people, people  lose you.” “If someone treats you like shit, just remember that there is something wrong with them, not you.  Normal people don’t go around destroying other human beings.” “Stay away from people who can’t take

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Quote of the Day: June 17

  “You’re rare, so people are gonna fall in love with the idea of having you, but most of them aren’t used to rare, they’re foreign to it, so they’ll lack the capacity to treat you as such.  And that’s where they lose you.”

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This Day in History: June 17

1839 King of Hawaii Kamehameha III issues Edict of toleration which gives Roman Catholics freedom to worship in the Hawaiian Islands. The Hawaii Catholic Church and the Cathedral of Our Lady of Peace is later established 1885 Statue of Liberty arrives in NYC aboard French ship `Isere’ 1956 Golda Meir begins her term as

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The Zeller Zakon: June 17

It seems that the theme of kindness is a constant in our everyday lives. It doesn’t seem like a difficult task to decide what is kind because generally when we do it, kindness is mostly generated towards another person, an animal,  ourselves, or perhaps some thing. It generally makes the

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365 Days of Love and Kindness

A gentle reminder:  it takes no time at all to do something nice for someone.  And even if it did–it’ll make at least two people feel good:  you and the person you’ll share your heart with! 365 DAYS OF LOVE AND KINDNESS This week’s Acts of Kindness: 1) Give a

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This Day in History: June 16

  1567  Mary, Queen of Scots is imprisoned in Lochleven Castle prison, Scotland. 1858  Abraham Lincoln says, “A house divided against itself cannot stand” accepting Illinois Republican Party’s nomination for the Senate. 1880  The Salvation Army forms in London. 1943 Actor/comedian Charlie Chaplin (54) marries actress Oona O’Neill (18) 1960 

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