Faith

Faith

You must know your own heart and the faith you consider a part of the stepping stone toward inner peace .It’s ok to try and figure people out more important you need to know you. Once you understand what makes you tick. You have to be the first thought .Never forget you and then be kind to the world You will be more in peace.
Be blessed
Lisa Thurmond

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Delighted to Support Desmond Tutu’s Forgiveness Challenge

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We’re humbled to bring you this interview with Nobel Peace Laureate Desmond Tutu and his daughter Mpho Tutu about their new Global Forgiveness Challenge as well as HumanJourney.com, a platform for transformational ideas that Archbishop Tutu is co-founding with book and media creator Doug Abrams. WordPress.com is delighted to be a partner in this initiative.

Archbishop Desmond Tutu and his daughter, Mpho Tutu are trying to change the world with the Forgiveness Challenge. Get involved! Archbishop Desmond Tutu and his daughter, Mpho Tutu are trying to change the world with the Forgiveness Challenge. Get involved!

What is the Tutu Global Forgiveness Challenge?

The Forgiveness Challenge is a free 30-day online program developed to help people learn the practical steps to forgiveness so they can live with greater love and joy in their life.

How does the Forgiveness Challenge work?

Each day, participants receive an email from us that directs them to a new post on the website that presents an important insight into forgiveness and that offers them…

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minimum wages

Funny the people that don’t want the minimum wages to be raised are the people that are making a nice wages. I always thought that the American dream was to be free to live your life and be able to enjoy it .But instead everybody just wants the new phones, every thing flashy they can get their hands on at all cost.More and more we are not being personal with each other. We used to be a country that believed in somthing.Like saying I’m American and proud of it. Not thinking that you didn’t get where you by yourself God was there all the way.Some times we forget that we have a no control over life.But you don’t have to have the selfie complex.I know It’s hard for alot of people to not think about their selves. Some like hearing their voices because if they are cute will their voice must be cute too. When you help others any way you can god see you are carrying  n his word.We have to be more open minded about how life is supposed to be like.You won’t be happy unless you stand for the things that are right.Life is too short  to only center around your self. As the past has shown us it is easy to lose everything. And have to start over .I have started over a few times.So i know how hard it is especially if you don’t have any help.If someone ask you for help give it will make you feel good even if your generosity is not appreciate.I appreciate it and god too.     #be blessed-lisamthurmond

Building a Better, Paleo, Gluten-Free Chicken Nugget

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Gluten-Free, Paleo, Perfect Health Diet

I have always been proud of my Paleo “Chick-fil-A” nugget recipe from a couple years back, and it has definitely been a hit with readers. If fact, I’m sure a few of you stumbled upon my little blog because of them. But to be honest, I’ve never been satisfied with the texture of the nuggets themselves; while they are very similar to the thin coating that you’ll find at Chick-fil-A, I personally prefer a spongier breading around my chicken nuggets. So while experimenting with breading techniques for a different recipe (I’ll post the results of that one on Thursday), I happened upon my eureka moment – something I like to call “reverse battering.”

You see, I’ve always been taught to bread meats using a liquid-then-flour (or flour-liquid-flour/breading) method. Sounds logical, right? It’d be just crazy to not put flour or breading on nuggets before frying them. But after some YouTube…

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Banana Bread Stuffed Baked Apples

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Banana Bread Stuffed Baked Apples

Any time you stuff a something into another thing, you’re going to have a pretty good time. This has been proven time, and time, and timeagain. Also, Puppy Surprise. It’s a weird thing we, the American people, have with things inside of things making both A and B things better as a C thing. It’s like we cannot get enough of everything ever all at once. Case in point? The Turducken. USA! USA! USA!

Banana Bread Stuffed Baked Apples

Patriotism aside/NEVER PUT PATRIOTISM ASIDE, this recipe just makes me super happy. It’s an absolute game-changer with the game being you-having-more-friends. I’ve made it once before but that banana bread wasn’t vegan and honestly, this one is just all around better. Finesse. We can call it finesse. (I mostly just know how to use knives better now.) Some people think vegan baked goods are dry or crumbly or sorta yuck but that’s what makes baking…

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As I enter the world of blogging (again)

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With so many to-do lists, want to do list, need to do list I am surprising myself by adding another task…Blogging.

Living a 60 hour work week leaves little time for much of a personal life. Gone are the days of sitting down with the girls or having a fulfilled night at the clubs. Today it’s about being connected via the multitude of social media outlets.

I’m a lover of many things; Music and Reading are top of the list.

So what direction will this blog take?

Not sure yet…but I do know I will only post the things that tap.my.soul.

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Book Blitz: You Make Me

Some people just want to be loved by someone.

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You Make Me

Author: Erin McCarthy
Series: Blurred Lines, #1
Genre: New Adult, Romance, Contemporary
Publisher: Erin McCarthy
Publication Date: April 17th, 2014
Format: Paperback, ebook
Pages: 289
Purchase:Amazon | B&N
Source:Xpresso Book Tours

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The guy she wants…

Growing up on the coast of Maine with a revolving door of foster siblings, Caitlyn Michaud spent one intense and passionate year falling in love with her foster-brother, Heath. Then he left without a word. The betrayal devastated Caitlyn and made her vow to forget the compelling bad boy. But forgetting his sensual touch and their deep all-consuming friendship is easier said than done.

Isn’t the guy she needs…

Determined to move on, in college Caitlyn has risen above her small town impoverished roots and has joined a sorority, reinvented her appearance, and landed the right boyfriend. Pre-law major and frat president, Ethan, is thoughtful and always laughing, and he…

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