Praises are powerful instruments. They can motivate, can change moods, they can destroy lives and they can be addictive. Praises can affect us in many ways. We should praise one anther when they do well, but that shouldn’t be the main reason why we do what we do. Let us accept praises with humility.


About anthonymanson

I'm a forty eight year old male,who own a not for profit Publication.A christian,love God and like to have clean fun. Studied Psychology/Social Work at Stratford Career Institute.What is posted here is free,it is for the quality of life of the public.
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2 Responses to Praises

  1. Raxa Collective says:

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  2. bareyournaketruth says:

    Thank you for following my blog! 🙂

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