Bill Babin Motivational Speaker

ATA competition builds confidence, social awareness, courtesy, integrity, self-control, goal setting and many more valuable life skills.

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The divinity of man       In KEEP A TRUE LENT, Charles Fillmore, co-founder of Unity, writes: Easter is the celebration of the resurrection of Jesus.  Its inner meaning and spiritual significance is the awakening and raising to spiritual consciousness of the I AM in man, which has been dead in trespass and sins […]

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WATCH THIS VIDEO The people you hang around with The people you “hang around with” really make a difference in your life and as I got more involved in Unity, I came across this concept of  “we become what we think about”    and its Lenten corollary, “giving up error thinking.” This idea became very interesting.   […]

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Who are you? You are a divine being of incredible potential having a human experience, not a human being having a divine experience.  It is that simple and there is no counter argument, although your mind and your foolish social experiences will try to convince you otherwise. How do you feel when someone pays you […]

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I feast on faith Simple beauty I walk by this retention basin every day.  It’s the same big hole, the same dead grass, the same few scraggly trees.   Why should I pay attention to it?   And yet, on this day, and in this ONE perfect moment, and right in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, […]

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Love I want to talk with you about love…The Beatles said….all you need is love…Leo Buscaglia taught the first university class on love……  Dr. Gerald Jampolsky said “Love is letting go of fear.”……  You can find the most famous definition of love in Corinthians in the new testament.   Everybody makes jokes about love……. So I […]

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What is honor? I came across this story a couple of years ago and it really stuck with me.  I have never been in the army or in combat of any kind.  So it seems that I have no right to offer any opinion.  So I’m just going to put the story here for you […]

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I fast from complaining. I feast on appreciation. What would happen if you gave up complaining?    Before you can answer this question, you first need to become aware of this pattern of thinking.  Here’s a few examples: Neighbor:  “Why does he always park his truck there?” Other drivers:  “I can’t believe he’s going that […]

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  I fast from gloom. I feast on enthusiasm. Do you ever feel down?   Does gloom sometimes rest in your heart?   Hover over your head?  At times like this, remember these words by Martha Smock: “You are meant to be alive and enthusiastic.  You are meant to press forward eagerly.  You are meant to grow […]

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I fast from error thinking.  I feast on faith and hope. I suggest that you forget about giving up for Lent beer or quilting or dancing or gum or soda or tobacco or chocolate or wine.    Even if you are making a sacrifice by giving up something,  you are not affecting your state of […]

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