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We all experience bullying in one way or another, whether we are on the receiving end or the perpetrator. Here is an insightful account of one person’s experience and how it has affected them throughout their life. I love the quote at the end, “The things they say may hurt you, tear you down and even lead you to tears, but the words that hurt worst are the ones that you believe are true.” Believe in yourself, not in what others say.
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Important perspective on a current buzz-prase.
Worth sharing! Consider passing this on to your friends who think they don’t like to read.
This ties in nicely with my post on “What Is Freedom”. Beware those who would take your money and redistribute it for the “greater good” as they often have their own interests on the top of their list.
We’ve all been led to believe that the richest people in this country, the “1%’ers” are all Republicans who don’t care about the middle class and only care about lining their pockets with more Franklins. They’re the guys with the million dollar salaries, and the super-nice and expensive houses. It’s the Democrats who are “Joe Blue Collar”…the guys that are like you and me. They worked for years trying to make ends meet, scrambling to put together next month’s mortgage payment, and send little Jimmy and Joan to school so they could get good grades and go to college someday. Well my friends, you were lied to. And now I have the proof.
According to MSN (owned by Democrat Bill Gates and Microsoft), 8 of the 10 richest members of Congress aren’t Republicans. They’re Democrats. Though in all fairness, the top two do belong to the GOP. A quick accounting:
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