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Imagine doing the works that Jesus did and even greater...
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sanescript 254 Dec 8
Replying to @KingBach
cut these men some slack, they trying to make a living bruh. plug in your earphones or something .
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नीरज त्यागी 1h
The world is your . When you are always looking to learn, you will stop underestimating others. will dawn in your life.
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Shahid Shahmiri 1h
The proud man can learn humility, but he will be proud of it. Mignon McLaughlin
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Filip-Mof 1h
OF THE DAY :
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SereiaDr🧜‍♀️ #NiUnaMenoS 1h
YeSS👅Wise 🦉 BeSo🧜‍♀️SS And is NOT is NOT is NOT is NOT lack of is NOT 😉 SomeTimes WE need to stay where is needed🙏 🙏Latinoamérica Vamos🙏🇻🇪
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Resist with Hope 4h
I thanked you guys earlier today A little would go a long way right now Michael No one likes a blow-hard...blowing one's own horn & such And...you're welcome
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Kelli Simonson 4h
Another semester wrapped in the MSUM Executive Mentorship Program. I love the energy around this program and am inspired by the students, fellow mentors, and staff.
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Scott Brown 16h
In today's blog, I offer a tribute to the "Point of Light" leadership legacy of President George H.W. Bush, and reflect on his impact on me as a young person working on Capitol Hill.
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EPNKC Dec 9
Why are businesses looking for humble leaders now more than ever? Recent studies have found that leading with humility can result in stronger teamwork, increased employee engagement, decreased turnover and continuous learning and improvement.
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Ricky Pike Dec 9
A group of fighters, promoters,and coaches came together and gave a dying young man his last wish, he past away last night, but he knew he had a community that had his back,…
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Tori Sivers 5h
We are learning about this week!
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May Crawford 3h
Replying to @TheKylerMurray
No sane world would seriously think a 15 year old’s thoughts and words represent who they are as a young adult. Those who form a mob and publicly shame people for the mistakes they made at 15 are a far bigger concern.
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Frank Sonnenberg 2h
Don't Let Success Go to Your Head ➤ | By Frank Sonnenberg |
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N҉A҉B҉ ҉ ҉P҉o҉d҉c҉a҉s҉t҉ 14h
While attention-seeking people like the Clintons, the Obamas, and everyone else felt the need to recite the Apostles' Creed loudly and boastfully at the memorial service for George H.W. Bush, there was one man of humility present: ;)
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Brenda Arnold Dec 7
Not everybody has the amount of needed to be forgiving… some need a drop of help!
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Heather Gifford 13h
When you ask, "how much more must I suffer" or how low do I have to be humbled, remember that Christ was crucified on a cross. Think about that.
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Stellac09 Dec 9
Success belongs to learn-it-all, not know-it-all.🌹🌹
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Sesen Julie Dec 8
Great talk from Ben Warf about the building of Children's Hospital in Uganda and the lessons that he learnt doing it. - AANS - Peds 2018
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Keep your eyes on the stars, and your feet on the ground.
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