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Right Regrets

“Maybe all one can do is to hope to end with the right regrets.” A profound statement to ponder on. When I first tweeted it, friends and foes alike presumed that I had nothing but regret and remorse. 111 more words

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Seeing Your Map

Proverbs 14:9
“The wisdom of the prudent is to understand his way: but the folly of fools is deceit.”

Asking Directions

One of the most common jokes in the Western Culture (primarily North America and Europe) is that men are not good at asking directions.

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Book Of Proverbs

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Good morning. It is Tuesday, May 19, 2015.

Today’s word of the day, from Merriam-Webster, is prudent. This is an adjective, meaning, “marked by wisdom or judiciousness,” “shrewd in the management of practical affairs,” “cautious, discreet,” or, “thrifty, frugal.” 962 more words

Devotions

WHERE HAS MY TIME GONE?

I woke up this morning with a lot of time in my hands

I promised to read the scrolls, talk to my maker and feed my soul… 229 more words

Wisdom

5 Ways to Stay Safe Abroad

Travel is all about charting new territory, and sometimes that can leave us vulnerable. Below are a few ways to help minimize risk so you can worry less and smile more. 438 more words

Travel

Jesonian: Good in Your Sight ... March 8, 2015

Jonathots Daily Blog

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Republicans and Democrats.

Religious and atheist.

Men and women.

Black and white.

Gay or straight.

We seem to live in a time when we love to square off against one another into camps of conflict. 498 more words

The Jesonian

pol・i・tic

adj.

Showing sound judgment; prudent.

Whenever I have problems, I consult with my politic grandfather who gives great advices.

Source: The American Heritage Dictionary Fifth Edition

Adjective