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Mind! Prison! Focus! Fears!
Durwin Randle | 24 November

Your Mind Is Your PRISON.
When You Focus On Your FEARS!

by Tim Fargo

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Where are You Going?
Where Are You Going?
Durwin Randle | 23 November

If You Don’t Know Where You’re Going,
You Might End Up Some Place Else.

by Yogi Bear

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I Focus on My Goals & Ignore the Rest
I Focus On My Goals & Ignore the Rest
Durwin Randle | 22 November

I don’t Focus on what I’m up Against.
I Focus on My Goals and I try to Ignore the Rest.

by Venus Williams

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Inaction vs Action Breeds What?
Inaction vs Action Breeds What?
Durwin Randle | 21 November

Inaction Breeds Doubt & Fear.
Action Breeds Confidence & Courage.

by Dale Carnegie

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You Can't Control the Fear of Others...
You Can’t Control the Fear of Others
Durwin Randle | 20 November

You Can’t Control the FEAR of Others…
But You Can Control YOUR Own Fear!

by Unknown

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When you can do the things I can...
When you can do the things I can
Durwin Randle | 19 November

When you can do the things I can,
but you don’t; and then bad things happen.
They happen because of you.

by Unknown

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there is not DARKNESS
there is no DARKNESS without LIGHT
Durwin Randle | 18 November

there is no DARKNESS without LIGHT.
Yet there is LIGHT without DARKNESS.

by Unknown

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Death is not the Greatest loss in Life
Durwin Randle | 17 November

“Death is not the Greatest loss in Life.”
The Greatest lost is what dies Inside us while we live.”

by Norman Cousins

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This Means War by Charles Jenkins
This Means War by Charles Jenkins
Durwin Randle | 6 June
No Matter the Attack...I Won't Turn Back...This Means War... I got joy in my soul, God is in control. I
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Dying is a very dull and dreary...
Dying is a very dull, dreary affair by W. Somerset Maugham
Durwin Randle | 12 February

Dying is a very dull, dreary affair. And my advice to you is to have nothing whatever to do with it. by W. Somerset Maugham

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Death Is Not the Greatest Loss
Death Is Not The Greatest Loss by Norman Causions
Durwin Randle | 11 February

“Death is not the greatest loss in life. The greatest loss is what dies inside us while we live.”

by Norman Causions

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Amelia Boynton - Black History Weekly Wednesday
Amelia Boynton – Black History Weekly Wednesday
Durwin Randle | 10 February

Amelia Boynton was actually born Amelia Platts. She helped plan the Selma to Montgomery March, which became known as Bloody Sunday with MLK and the SCLC.

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It is Better to Die...
It Is Better To Die On You Feet by Emiliano Zapata
Durwin Randle | 10 February

It is better to die on your feet than to live on your knees.~ Emiliano Zapata ~

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When the warter reaches...
When The Water Reaches The Upper Level
Durwin Randle | 9 February

When the water reaches the upper level, follow the rats.

by Claude Swanson

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Forgive Your Enemies
Forgive Your Enemies
Durwin Randle | 8 February

Always forgive your enemies; nothing annoys them so much.

by Oscar Wilde

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If Thine Enemy Offended thee...
Feeling The Need To Get Even. Give Thine Enemy
Durwin Randle | 7 February

I really like this Chinese curse. It’s perfect for who I need to give their child a drum. I can’t wait. Having some fun!

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No one can make you feel inferior
Feeling Inferior Is Your Fault
Durwin Randle | 6 February

“Remember, no one can make you feel inferior without your consent.”

by Eleanor Roosevelt

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You Have to Find It
You Have To Find It
Durwin Randle | 5 February

There’s nothing more that needs to be said other than, you have to find it. If you don’t find it. Nobody will find it for you.

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If You Refuse to Accept Anything
Refuse To Accept Anything
Durwin Randle | 4 February

Going first class is nice, and this applies to life, only if you refuse to accept anything but the best. Fly 1st class in life.

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James Bevel - Black History Weekly Wednesday
James Bevel – Black History Weekly Wednesday
Durwin Randle | 3 February

James Bevel became a civil rights activist and played a part in setting up the children’s crusade in Birmingham, Alabama in 1963. In 2008 at the age of 72, James Bevel was convicted of incest and died later that year of pancreatic cancer in Springfield, Virginia. Read More…

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