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Join us on this happy adventure as you learn how to unlock your hidden potential to enjoy the rewards of a life well lived. Nicole Fleming poses September 7, 2017 in the Germantown home she rented through Section 8 for the last nine years.There seemed to be no rhyme or reason for its decisions.He said his calls and emails weren’t answered for weeks and months, if ever.And here’s the surprise: You will likely benefit the most from forgiving than the person you forgive; it’s as much a gift to yourself as it is to the offender. Sometimes when we feel down, we mope around the house feeling sorry for ourselves and wonder why others don’t come by and pull us out of our funk. and love) My name is Ken Wert, the founder of M2b H.
From family togetherness with gift exchanges and Christmas traditions to the original celebration of the birth of Jesus, as believers rededicate our lives to living a Christ-like life of faith and virtue to the popular celebration of the giving spirit of the holiday, there’s something deeply meaningful for almost everyone. So go make someone else’s life better, and watch what happens to yours. Meaning and purpose will begin to reinsert itself into the holiday experience. Pour a glass of eggnog (FYI: Silk has a great-tasting, eggless, dairy-free soy-based eggnog we love to drink in our home). But whatever you do, try to get together with others. Just download the free guide and discover how you can begin creating an extraordinary life. When we expect disaster, after all, we sometimes inadvertently help create it. I’m not suggesting we go into the Christmas holidays expecting the most disastrous Christmas ever with uncles swearing and aunts falling down drunk, the tree catching fire and the house burning down.But it’s been a solid house on a safe, quiet Germantown street for her and her three children. Basically what we have here is a single mother with health issues stuck between a frustrated landlord who says he’s been trying to get a fair rent increase from an unresponsive Philadelphia Housing Authority for at least four years, and the PHA, with lots of rules that don’t seem to leave a lot of room for common sense.
PHA has paid Fleming’s landlord, Pesach Adlerstein, 5 a month in rent since she moved in.She is a champion of the little guy (or gal), especially those Philly residents who go unseen and unheard, and a not-so-easily-plucked thorn in the side of city politicians and organizations who forget they serve the public.