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Philadelphia's Windsor Johnston: News Director at WRTI

“There was a 14 year-old girl in Kenya. Her name was Grace and I will never forget her. She is an amazing artist. One night I sat with her watching the sunset aside of Lake Vitoria.

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'Children's Alopecia Project' Has Worldwide Growth With Roots In Philadelphia Area

“If people stare at me, I just smile at them and they smile back,” Madison Woytovich.

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CNBC and MSNBC's Michael Port To Host Network Now Conference In Bucks County In April

“It is so rewarding to me to see people learn and grow and become successful.” - Jamie Broderick

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Bucks County's Network Now Conference Sparked by Appearances of Lu Ann Cahn, Lynn Doyle, Jennaphr Frederick, and Jen Groover

Some see others as who they are, not as who they can become. But, each person must always recognize that they are the only expert on their own developing lives. One way to progress personally is by pursuing positive connections with others. Higher levels of mutual success and fulfillment will naturally result from those shared journeys.

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Michael Moore Has A Point About Corporations Who Purchased Life Insurance Policies On Their Employees

The information you are about to read will likely affect your thoughts about any company that you have ever worked for. But, be prepared. This story is more about questions, than it is about answers.   Peasant: An uneducated person who does not have a lot of money.  Life Insurance: A legal agreement where an insurance company receives premiums and, upon the death of an individual, pays a predetermined amount to a designated beneficiary.   

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Emerging Philadelphia Organization "Just You, Only Better" Empowers Philly-Area Women

“Every woman wants to look and feel better. We need to learn how to look inward, so we can love ourselves more and so we can instill self-esteem in our children.” - Molly Napolitano.

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Former Governor Ed Rendell Supports Program, Which Matches Animals with Prisoners

How often have you seen a stray animal in your neighborhood, or have almost hit one while driving?  Some of these animals are rescued and become pets in people's homes, while others are at least taken to a shelter.  But what happens to those lost souls who don't make it to either place? 

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The Tucson Shootings of Gabrielle Giffords, Christina Green and Others Cause Us to Search For Goodness

We hold an unspoken agreement that our lives are of infinite, equal value. Whenever someone shatters this oath, the power to restore it lies within everyone's moral grasp.

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President Obama, Sarah Palin, Hillary Clinton, John Boehner, and Marco Rubio Are The Key Political Players in 2011

With Christmas decorations being packed away and New Year's celebrations still fresh in our minds, we have arrived in 2011.  In Washington, the new year also brings a new structure in government.  Power sharing is on display, as last fall's mid-term election set the stage for a revamped political production.  Let's peer into the crystal ball to see what could develop... President Obama and Sarah Palin

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Philly's Phinest Profiles Jen Groover -The Ever Evolving Entrepreneur

Do you know someone who is an innovator, a designer, an author, an expert, a speaker, a mentor, or a television personality? Any of those individual paths would be impressive. Jen Groover has achieved success in all of those fields. Family Legacy

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