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Gifts Abundant and Accessible

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My area is blessed with a face-to-face meeting that occurs at noon every weekday. As a young professional, I’m thankful for this regular lunchtime meeting, though often, when I am able to make it, I’m rushing in and out between work appointments. Rushing, to be honest, is a byproduct of some character defects I’m asking my Higher Power to remove: pride and greed. I have so many things that I want to do with my time, and I want other people to know I am important, so squeaking in right as the meeting starts is a way I feed my

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