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Mike Oglesbee

Tag: helpfultools

A New Year’s Resolution – Pt. I

This is the time of year where many people begin to explore New Year’s resolutions. We reflect on our growth and accomplishments from the past year and our lessons and struggles as we sift through life’s options and our desires. We focused on new ways of experiencing and expressing ourselves, packed full of excitement and

The Practice of Faith

One of the most effective practices I have ever learned is faith. Growing up in a religious atmosphere, I was taught that faith was all about believing in something you can’t see or explain and that even questioning these ideas is wrong. I have since learned that faith isn’t about believing in something you can’t

The Lies We Live

Have you ever heard of the placebo effect? When the mind is convinced of something so much, it creates a physical response even when that response defies logic. It’s quite fascinating to read about the many experiments that have been conducted to support the placebo effect. We have learned that the subconscious mind can’t tell