Pam Reynolds

Mother of 4 Grandmother of 10

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Praise Expands Development
Confidence

Praise Expands Development

“You may not control all the events that happen to you, but you can decide not to be reduced by them.” Maya Angelou “It’s one of the greatest gifts you can give yourself to forgive.

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find serenity in the moral struggle
Children

Find Serenity in the Moral Struggle

We all have varying degrees of flexibility. As children, most of us exhibit lots of flexibility. As soon as a friend calls we are out the door. Growth and maturity appear to dampen our willingness to bend or stretch in different ways. If we think about this situation, we realize the sadness of our plight. We may be free in body but our minds and thinking become more and more enslaved until we perform our duties ritualistically.

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The Fluidity Of Life
Children

The Fluidity Of Life

Rumi, a thirteenth-century Persian  Mystic told of a man who walked past a beggar and asked, “Why God, do you not do something for these people?” God replied, “I did do something.  I  made you.”

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Interpreting The Whole
Relationships

Interpreting The Whole

“I’m not saying your a bad friend. You just aren’t a good friend to me.”    Khalil Gibran “A little knowledge that acts is worth infinitely more than much knowledge that is idle.” Khalil Gibran We

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Tumbleweed Kids
Children

Tumbleweed Kids

“A divorce is like an amputation: you survive it, but there’s less of you.” Margaret Atwood Are we tossing kids out with the garbage after the divorce? I recently had my 3rd book published “TUMBLEWEED KIDS” and

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Failing Is Motivating
Children

Failing Is Motivating

“Our greatest glory is not in never failing, but in rising up every time we fail.” Ralph Waldo Emerson Probably the most discouraging thing is to repeat mistakes. We all have great intentions of kicking

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Kids Find Love In Family Life
Children

Kids Find Love In Family Life

The world desires are luring all of us as they profess to cure our unhappy mood and our overburdened life. They are like the charlatans that promised cures for our ailments with something within a bottle.

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Choosing Mindfulness
Children

Choosing Mindfulness

How many of us are living with fear and doubt, and rushing through our lives with total unawareness? I can’t be the only one. It appears to me that with all of the paraphernalia surrounding our lives, we are constantly absorbed in cleaning it up. We rush through our projects good and bad, and consider it a good day when we complete more than we expected. Allowing time for our emotional selves as well as our spiritual selves takes a backseat.

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