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Archive Monthly Archives: June 2019

SOE250: When Shame Kills Us

SOE250: When Shame Kills Us Day 250 of 365 Snippets of Encouragement – A One Year Project conceived by Angela Barnard. Noa Pothoven, a 17-year-old Dutch girl who was recently legally euthanised inspired this snippet. Noa was a physically healthy teenager who found the pain of living too unbearable, and she applied for legal euthanasia. […]

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SOE249: Start Where You Are

SOE249: Start Where You Are Day 249 of 365 Snippets of Encouragement – A One Year Project conceived by Angela Barnard. Inspired by the David Letterman interview of Melinda Gates on the Netflix show My Next Guest Needs No Introduction this snippet encourages you to start where you are. Often in life, you want to […]

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SOE247: Challenge Your Prejudice

SOE247: Challenge Your Prejudice Day 247 of 365 Snippets of Encouragement – A One Year Project conceived by Angela Barnard. Are you aware of what your prejudices are and how they affect your life? in a moment of clarity, Angie saw how her prejudices created filters through which she viewed and interacted with the world. […]

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SOE245: The Cost of Fear

SOE245: The Cost of Fear Day 245 of 365 Snippets of Encouragement – A One Year Project conceived by Angela Barnard. Have you ever thought of what the cost of fear is in your life? It’s not necessarily a monetary value but perhaps an effect on your physical health and spiritual and mental wellbeing. There […]

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SOE242: Practice Unfettered Creation

SOE242: Practice Unfettered Creation Day 242 of 365 Snippets of Encouragement – A One Year Project conceived by Angela Barnard. Unfettered creation is the unconfined or unrestricted action of bringing something into being. It means to create with abandon, unconcerned how or what others are creating in their lives. Abraham Hicks said, “If man understood […]

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