Gayle King Leaving OWN for Greener Pastures with CBS News

(Part 12) Love & Happiness 2.0:
How Work-a-bees and Wannabees Took a Leap of Faith to Become VIPs.

Extra Word (Reflections for moving in the right direction.)
Your true calling gives a daily view of your earthly identity and a worldly preview of your living legacy.

Who Says (Tweets and Tips from people you know)
–       Dreams are today’s answers to tomorrow’s questions. (Edgar Cayce) – @iamdiddy
–       It’s not what you don’t know, it’s what you know that just ain’t so. – Mark Twain

Faith Attack (A probing question or insightful feedback from the “Purpose Posse.”)
Q: What’s the difference between asking others for permission and seeking advice before taking a leap of faith?
A: The difference is in how you handle the information. The difference is between what you hear and what you discern. Discernment is what you get when information goes through spiritual processing. When people’s advice and your discernment line-up, then there you’ll find your answer.

Wise Crack (A good laugh or timeless message that stirs the soul.)


After much careful research it has been discovered that the artist Vincent Van Gogh had many relatives.  Among them were:

His obnoxious brother – Please Gogh

His dizzy aunt – Verti Gogh

The brother who ate prunes – Gotta Gogh

The brother who worked at a convenience store – Stopn Gogh

The grandfather from Yugoslavia – U Gogh

The brother who bleached his clothes white – Hue Gogh

The cousin from Illinois – Chica Gogh

His magician uncle – Wherediddy Gogh

His Mexican cousin – Amee Gogh

The Mexican cousin’s American half brother – Grin Gogh

The nephew who drove a stage coach – Wellsfar Gogh

The constipated uncle – Cant Gogh

The ballroom dancing aunt – Tan Gogh

The bird lover uncle – Flamin Gogh

His nephew psychoanalyst – E Gogh

The fruit loving cousin – Man Gogh

An aunt who taught positive thinking – Wayto Gogh

The little nephew – Poe Gogh

A sister who loved disco – Ahgo Gogh

And his niece who travels the country in a van – Winnie B. Gogh


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