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May 14
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Apr 09
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(Source: 2am-thoughts)

Mar 06
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The reason why I’m in post secondary, pretty much.

Feb 28
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So I will call upon Your name

And keep my eyes above the waves

When oceans rise, my soul

Will rest in Your embrace

For I am Yours, and You are mine

Feb 11
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breakingnews:

Pope Benedict XVI’s resignation is 1st since Middle Ages
85-year-old Pope Benedict XVI announced his resignation this morning, a decision which took even the Vatican hierarchy by surprise.
The last pope to step aside was Gregory XII in 1415, who did so in order to end the Great Western Schism. The last papal abdication was Celestine V in 1294, NBC News reports.“After having repeatedly examined my conscience before God, I have come to the certainty that my strengths, due to an advanced age, are no longer suited to an adequate exercise of the Petrine ministry,” the pontiff’s statement said.Follow updates on BreakingNews.com.Photo: Pope Benedict XVI blesses pilgrims gathered in St. Peter’s Square in the Vatican on May 1, 2011, ahead of the beatification of Pope John Paul II. (Giuseppe Cacace / AFP - Getty Images)

breakingnews:

Pope Benedict XVI’s resignation is 1st since Middle Ages

85-year-old Pope Benedict XVI announced his resignation this morning, a decision which took even the Vatican hierarchy by surprise.

The last pope to step aside was Gregory XII in 1415, who did so in order to end the Great Western Schism. The last papal abdication was Celestine V in 1294, NBC News reports.

“After having repeatedly examined my conscience before God, I have come to the certainty that my strengths, due to an advanced age, are no longer suited to an adequate exercise of the Petrine ministry,” the pontiff’s statement said.

Follow updates on BreakingNews.com.

Photo: Pope Benedict XVI blesses pilgrims gathered in St. Peter’s Square in the Vatican on May 1, 2011, ahead of the beatification of Pope John Paul II. (Giuseppe Cacace / AFP - Getty Images)

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Jan 03
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Jan 01
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Writing Things Down

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A lot of times I tend to misspeak. It’s usually because I use the wrong words for what I’m trying to say or I knew what I was going to say but I forgot. The message doesn’t really come across and no information is exchanged. Could it be a disability? Perhaps I’m just nervous? One thing’s certain though; I found a solution… Or perhaps, a resolution.

My New Year’s resolution is to write things down. To write down any idea that comes to my head or important things I need to remember. Some examples include, but are not limited to: shopping lists, to-do lists, ideas for projects, questions that I need to ask people, mass homilies, and talks given by speakers. By doing this, my thoughts will be organized, and what I’m trying to say will be a lot more clear. Occasionally, when I’m really bored and/or when I need to stay awake, I’ll doodle random stuff. I bought a notepad on New Year’s Eve (the pen I already had) that’s small enough to fit in my pockets so I can carry out this resolution in a more traditional way that’s less dependent on technology. Also, I’m faster and more dexterous on pen and paper than on a touch screen.

I’m no writer. I dread taking arts courses in school because of the copious amount of writing that is required to do well. But hopefully I won’t have to worry that because I’m only doing this to improve my speaking.

And with that being said, I wish you all a blessed and fruitful 2013!