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Narcissism - A Big Word With Big Implications (Article 19-7)

I don’t know if this has been your experience or not, but the phrase “Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD)” or “Narcissism (nɑrsəˌsɪzəm)” seems to have become a widely used and referenced term in conversations these days. In fact, it’s notably used in ongoing media reporting, especially when the focus is on highly visible political figures. It’s frequent use as a personality characterization and implied personality disorder motivated me to learn more about what it means to be “narcissistic” and, most importantly, the existence of any scriptural references to the term. Defining Narcissism and Its Symptoms. According to WebMD© (

What is Your Self-Worth? (Article 19-6)

How much is something worth? The answer is deceptively simple to define. In economic terms, "something is only worth what someone is willing to pay for it". This stark reality rings true in our world’s day-to-day business dealings. But now allow me to ask, how much do you feel you’re worth? After all, is it not reasonable to apply this same question of personal “value” to ourselves since we too are tangible items fixed to an economic system of governing principles? We Are Fighting a Losing Battle. The crux of my above question is asking how you believe you “measure up” relative to what the world defines as a valuable person. In other words, isn’t our perceived self-worth based on how othe

Surviving Life's Storms (Article 19-5)

To some, life may appear like being in a boat out to sea. At times it may seem as if we’re on a sea faring cruise, feeling relaxed and enjoying the wonders of a beautiful sky and the night’s brilliant sparkles of light; engaging with and witnessing the teeming life around us; the scents and freshness of ocean air; the refreshing wind blowing through our hair; and the warmth of the sun enveloping our bodies. But then a storm comes and where we once felt safe and secure, nothing around us seems familiar anymore. What we once embraced now threatens to devour us. We feel vulnerable and become afraid. Our joy is replaced by anxiety, restlessness, and fear. We weigh our options to get throug

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