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Author Archives: Jaren
Freedom. A simple word, but one that holds tremendous power and meaning. Freedom is a fundamental human right, a cornerstone of democracy, and a value that people worldwide have fought and died for. But what is freedom, exactly? At its … Continue reading
It’s nice to know you care.
It is the seemingly small things in life that make a difference. We live in a fast-paced, ever-changing world. It seems there isn’t time to stop and reflect on all the good surrounding us. If we were to rely on … Continue reading
Holiday spirit found
Joy can be found in the most uncomplicated times. While driving home last night after a day where wintery white snows blanketed the Salt Lake Valley. I came upon an incident where a brave soul was battling the elements to … Continue reading
Secret Santa pays off!
It may be the time of year or merely the fortune of turning around your perspective! Not long ago, a miserable soul was found complaining again; however, what was new was that he didn’t play a part in the poor … Continue reading
May we unite rather than divide
Our world has fallen victim to a lexicon for political views. Snowflake is thrown around such that it is now defined as an overly sensitive person, incapable of dealing with any opinions that differ from their own. More egregious uses … Continue reading
I’m so tired, my tired is tired too
I’m tired of being tired! I am done with the madness. I’ve said the silent majority sits back until there is a breaking point where we revolt. We’ve passed that point. I can’t sit back anymore. The social media platform … Continue reading
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Utah Real Estate Podcast: Jaren Davis | Salt Lake Parade of Homes on Apple Podcasts
Happy Mother’s Day!
Two generations and over sixty years separated us, yet I could sense my great grandmother cared for me in my young heart. In her presence, I felt safe, meaningful, and as if she could see into my soul. While I … Continue reading
So what! Now what?
I’m impressed with how quickly a vaccine has been created during our current pandemic. No one can effectively argue that the time we live in provides niceties past generations only dreamt about. It is commonly believed that technology has changed … Continue reading
Heart of peace
A Christmas stocking was sitting at a bar; he leaned over to a piñata, saying, “There is nothing worse than being stuffed with candy and hung on a mantle.” Put yourself in the piñatas state of mind as he thinks, … Continue reading