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Published: Wednesday, Jan. 15 2014 5:05 a.m. MST

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george of the jungle
goshen, UT

It's for our own safety. We have limits and boundary's all around us but the one we have on our self. Ya don;t want to go over board and droned go out of bounds or off sides. Dirty Harry said you have to know your limitations.

Attleboro, MA

Amen sister! Well said.

Puyallup, WA

Before commenting, I went to Amazon and ordered the book you mentioned :) I love to pitch in and serve and help... and I end up giving away time I need for me, my home, my family. When I strike the right balance, I am happy and I am pitching in and still taking care of me. This year (all 3 weeks of it) I've been telling myself "put your oxygen mask on first". When there is an imbalance the chaos from "over-giving/serving" leads to eating on the run, skipping the gym or any exercise and weight creeps up. I wonder how much this dynamic contributes to extra poundage seen on the pews.

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