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One Good Mother…

“One good mother is worth a hundred schoolmasters.” George Herbert The post One Good Mother… appeared first on What Will Matter.

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One Good Mother…

Home Is Where Your Mom Is

A little girl, asked where home was, replied “Where mother is.” – Keith L. Brooks The post Home Is Where Your Mom Is appeared first on What Will Matter.

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Home Is Where Your Mom Is

Be A Priority in Your Relationships

“Don’t make someone a priority who thinks of you as an option.” – Michael Josephson The post Be A Priority in Your Relationships appeared first on What Will Matter.

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Be A Priority in Your Relationships

VIDEO: People Are Made to be LOVED

“People are made to be loved and things are made to be used. Things begin to go wrong when things are being loved and people are being used” – Michael Josephson The post VIDEO: People Are Made to be LOVED appeared first on What Will Matter.

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VIDEO: People Are Made to be LOVED

VIDEO: Kintsukuroi – The Art of Repairing

“Nietzsche told us ‘what doesn’t kill you, makes you stronger’ and Hemingway wrote about becoming stronger in broken places. A different way of thinking is found in the Japanese concept of kintsukuroi the art of repairing broken pottery with gold or silver lacquer in a way that makes the object more beautiful than it was before. I think this is … Read More The post VIDEO: Kintsukuroi – The Art of Repairing appeared first on What Will Matter.

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DON’T CHASE LOVE – Be patient

DON’T CHASE LOVE Love cannot be caught, like an unwilling butterfly. Nobody loves you just because you want them to. Nobody loves you just because you ask them to. When love comes, it comes on its own wings. Be patient. For more on love and relationships, click here http://whatwillmatter.com/category/commentary/relationships/ The post DON’T CHASE LOVE – Be patient appeared first on What Will Matter.

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COMMENTARY: A Dad Sending His Daughter Off to College

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I want to share a slightly edited portion of a letter my friend Scott Raecker wrote to his daughter Emily on sending her off to college: My Dear Emily, My life changed the day we found out that you were on your way. From that moment forward, you have been on my mind and heart – every day. I vividly … Read More

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COMMENTARY: The Ultimate Gift

Jimmy was nine when his mom told him his little sister was sick and would die if she didn’t get a blood transfusion – and Jimmy was one of the only people in the world who had the rare blood type needed. She asked if he would be willing to let the doctors give some of his blood to his … Read More

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COMMENTARY: The Ultimate Solution to Bullying in Schools: A Student-Led Culture of Kindness

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Olivia Gardner was a sixth grader in Northern California when her life began to unravel. It started when she suffered an epileptic seizure in front of her classmates. Immediately, the name-calling began. The hallway insults and ridicule — “freak,” “retard,” “weirdo” — escalated into cyber-bullying when a few particularly nasty students set up an “Olivia Haters” website. One student dragged … Read More The post COMMENTARY: The Ultimate Solution to Bullying in Schools: A Student-Led Culture of Kindness appeared first on What Will Matter.

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COMMENTARY: If It’s Broken, Try to Fix It

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Former President Jimmy Carter was 70 years old when he wrote this poem about his father: This is a pain I mostly hide, But ties of blood or seed endure. And even now I feel inside The hunger for his outstretched hand. A man’s embrace to take me in, The need for just a word of praise. Isn’t it extraordinary … Read More The post COMMENTARY: If It’s Broken, Try to Fix It appeared first on What Will Matter.

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