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October 10 2010 African American Culture Newsletter


As we are now in the Fall season, the weather getting cold for many, it is usually the time where we find ourselves spending more time with one another.
Let's make the most of the time we spend with one another. We never know what tomorrow may bring.
Cherish your family; cherish your friends. And most of all, cherish yourself. There's only one of you, and you deserve the best.


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Why Do We Do What We Do?
Why do we make the decisions that we make? What are our motives. With so much going on in the world today; how much does our faith have to do with what we do?

Learning to Wait
Waiting can sometimes be the hardest thing to do. But, as we grow maturer, and wisdom takes its place, we come to understand that waiting is the best thing that we could ever do; especially when it comes to God.

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