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  • v NOMORESTALLING
    How have you been doing? Have you been making it happen? I and the other team would like to know! Let's hear from you! What do you need? Where are you in your journey? What kind of support and motivation do you need? Got any vices or habits that need changing? We're here to help but we need you too! Clue us in so that we're all on the same page. I know you can! But together we most certainly can! There is far more strength in numbers!
    2983 days ago

    Comment edited on: 11/26/2011 10:48:19 PM
  • v NOMORESTALLING
    Ever since our ancestors could first communicate, we have gathered to share our stories. We have passed along creation tales and tragic stories of love lost. We have repeated accounts of real heroism and simple stories of family history. When our forebears lived closer to the land and to each other, the practice of storytelling was imbued with ritual and occasion. Members of the tribe would often gather around the fire to hear their genealogy recited aloud by an elder or master storyteller. Listeners could track how their own lives, and the lives of their parents, interwove with the lives of the other tribe members, as everyone’s ancient relatives once played out similar life dramas together.

    When we hear others tell thier stories, we can laugh at their humorous adventures, feel the thrill of exciting encounters, see parts of ourselves in them, and learn from the challenges they face. Though most of our formal traditions of storytelling are lost, it does not mean we have to be without. We can begin new practices in our own families of listening to one another, of honoring our own journey, and witnessing the journeys of those around us. We can revive the fireside communal by gathering around the campfire or hearth with family and friends, sharing in stories. By building new practices of storytelling, we give ourselves and the ones we love an opportunity to draw ever closer in our shared human experience.
    YOU ARE MORE THAN WHAT PEOPLE SEE ANTHONY!
    YOU ARE MISSED!
    Regaining Sexual Confidence and Personal Happiness
    COME AND SHARE WITH US YOUR JOURNEY; YOUR DIALY FOCUS ETC. YOUR INPUT IS IMPORTANT! YOUR VOICE NEEDS TO BE HEARD!
    3079 days ago
  • v NEWLIFE0129
    Hi! I was looking for people in my area and ran across your page. You're an amazing person, and im sure you will be able to right back on the track you were on! Im here if you ever need someone to talk to. Good luck on your journey!
    3274 days ago
  • v TEMENYS
    thank you for the kind words that you left on my page. I walked for the first time in 5 years ( I mean I exercised walking not like going to the bathroom walking) !!! emoticon
    3290 days ago
  • v PRETTYHAPPY
    emoticon I thought of you today. A friend of mine who LOVES sweet tea had to have kidney stones removed - it was very painful for the lil thing. Maybe that'd help you not want it as much? :)

    short read about oxolates: bit.ly/hxVsHG
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    3301 days ago
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