courage for the week 1.2.11




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Something new at 320 Sycamore in 2011 is what I am calling “courage for the week.” It may be a quote, an article, a scripture, a video~hopefully something that inspires you & me as we begin the week. Because sometimes when I am looking over the week on Sunday night I can feel very overwhelmed…

Here is one of my very favorite quotes: 

charity

28 comments:

  1. Melissa, Thanks for sharing that...so true. We can all use encouragement, so I look forward to your weekly posts!

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  2. Elder Ashton's comment rings true today! May we ALL live more charitable in 2011! Thank You, Melissa, for sharing truth and light, the source to which we can always turn! Love the inspiration and your Blog!

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  3. I love that quote. It reminds me of another conference address, in which we were reminded that while we were busy offering charity to our fellow man, there were incredible blessings for offering charity at home--to our children and (probably especially) our husbands. This is a good reminder to me to implement charity at home this week. Thank you!

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  4. Thank you for a very timely New Year's inspiration.

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  5. Terrific and timely inspiration. Check out our blog tomorrow as we start a new feature: Strong Word of the Month. Thank you, again!

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  6. Very inspirational! Hadn't heard this quote before, so glad you shared! Am sharing on my facebook page now...

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  7. Thanks for sharing. What a great way to start the week off.

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  8. How very fortuitous - I just looked that quote up today in Sacrament meeting so I could write it in the front of my scriptures! It is one of my favorites and has some very personal meaning for me. Thank you for sharing!

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  9. What a beautiful and wise statement. Thank you for sharing it with us. And I love your idea for a weekly post like this one!

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  10. I love this statement, and what a great way to inspire a change for good. Thank you for sharing!!

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  11. Great reminder. If we all simply gave one another the benefit of the doubt life would be so much nicer.

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  12. I'm a new follower as of yesterday...so glad I chose your blog to add to my list...Love today's post. Janis

    If you are not a follower of A Soft Place to Land..you might check it out.

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  13. That is so true! Thank you for sharing that with us! I could definitely use more charity in my life!

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  14. Wow! I just landed here thanks to Clover Lane and boy am I glad I did. My one little word for 2011 is Charity! thanks for this! It is going to the printer!!

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  15. Great sentiments to start the new year! Keep up the great work, Karen

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  16. Beautiful! Elder Ashton was a very smart man! :-) Hope your new year is a beautiful one!

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  17. Love Marvin J. Ashton and that quote. I am so glad I found your blog. I hope it is ok if I put you on my blog list.

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  18. Love this! Thanks for sharing!

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  19. Thanks for the quote. It's beautiful!

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  20. What a wonderful quote! I have never heard it before! I appreciate your thoughts and comments so much! Have a wonderful week!

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  21. I think that might sum it all up for the love of Christ. That is wonderful! And it can be done (might have to start w/ baby steps) what a better time than now to be better and change. Thank you for that.

    Lynette, from Herriman, UT

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  22. I think charity is a word that many of us tend to mute out because we hear it so much. But charity, real charity heals lives & homes. Thanks for sharing such a great quote!

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  23. Thanks for this inspiration to start the week with. I look forward to more!

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  24. This is one of my favorite quotes too!

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  25. I have had that quote posted right next to my computer for a couple of years. I love it!

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  26. I shared this quote while visiting teaching today, thanks for posting it to remind me how much I love it. And what a great talk it comes from. Love your blog!

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  27. Great quote and one I needed to read this morning! Thanks :)

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