Monthly Archives: January 2019

Restoring confidence

Today is the anniversary of the death of our 30th President, Calvin Coolidge. President Coolidge was described as a champion of the middle class and was influenced by a college philosophy professor, Charles Edward Garman. He summed up his professor’s … Continue reading

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Give because others have needs

The National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis was founded on this day in 1938. President Franklin D. Roosevelt (a victim of polio himself) established this non-profit organization to combat the epidemic mostly affecting infants and children, resulting in paralysis and death. … Continue reading

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Thriving in the right climate

Today marks the anniversary of when Georgia ratified the US Constitution in 1788, becoming the 4th state to do so. Named as a tribute to King George II of Great Britain, Georgia was established as an agrarian society envisioned by … Continue reading

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Make your income certain

We often resolve this time of year to make a change in something. But are we depending on the change to make us happy? How about we resolve to be happy in our current surroundings? Not with, but in. “Happiness … Continue reading

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