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Daydream Believer by The Monkees





To be human is to have doubts and fears. But as faith grows,

our doubts and fears lessen. The good days will increase in number.

Look forward with hope, never backward.

Make that your best effort every day.

Self pity may beckon today. But remember, fortunately, you have

learned you do have other choices. 

Be alert to the opportunities to share yourself

and cherish the freedom that is offered.

    Life & Living It 

Dream. Dare to dream large. 
Never quit, go after what you want with a totally committed attitude. 
Remember life is so short that you must enjoy each and every moment.

Look at your fears, laugh, then move forward. 
Accept responsibility for your actions and the type of person you want to be. 
Learn to love learning. 
Grow constantly. Embrace change willingly.

Never say never. Think like a winner. 
Learn to love yourself, forgive yourself and be happy being who you are.

Surround yourself with positive messages and people. 
Be in charge of your life only, let others be who they are. 
Be kind, think right about the other person, always expecting the best from them. 
Learn to be effective, not always right.

Include God in your life. 
Thank him for all he has given you, your family and friends.

Be the type of friend you would like to have. 
Make a difference to just one person, each and every day of your life, 
whether it be by a smile, a gentle touch, a kind word or a helping hand.

Learn to be flexible, few things are black and white and written in stone. 
And above all, remember that people are much more important than things.

One of the finest pleasures of August is this:

On a clear night, put a blanket on the lawn and lie

back to see Jupiter, the sky’s brightest current object.

Asteroid Vespa is closest to Earth in the first week of

this month; this is its brightest visit for the next decade.

Along about the middle of August, you may notice a

subtle change—cooler nights, a shift in the quality

of light, the scritch of crickets instead of the trill of songbirds.

All Nature helps to swell the song
And chant the same refrain;
July and June have slipped away
And August’s here again.

  –Helen Maria Winslow (18511938)

Crock pot Strawberry Dessert

1 can Strawberry pie filling (21 oz)
1 pkg Strawberry cake mix (18 1/4 oz)
1/2 c melted butter or margarine
1/3 c chopped Black walnuts or pecans
Cool Whip

Place pie filling in your crockpot. Combine dry cake mix and butter
(mixture will be crumbly); sprinkle over filling. Sprinkle with
nuts. Cover and cook on low for 2 to 3 hrs. Serve in bowls. Top with
Cool Whip.

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