Tag Archive: Good example

The Freedom of Discipline

I’m always amazed at people who believe that discipline and freedom are separate. Discipline is freedom. Discipline is about doing the right thing and avoiding the inevitable consequences of not doing the right… Continue reading

Courage

Courage, also known as fortitude, is the ability to confront fear, pain, danger, uncertainty, or intimidation, whether for ourselves or for others.  It can be divided into physical courage in the face of… Continue reading

The Win-Win of Unconditional Love

My daughter loves cats.  She calls herself the crazy cat lady at her tender age of 23.  In our homes our family has 5 cats right now and she loves unconditionally all of… Continue reading

Weathering the Teenage Storm

From Positively Positive by:  Michael Eisen For the past few years, through my organization Youth Wellness Network, I have had the privilege of empowering thousands of teenagers across North America. Combined with my… Continue reading

The Law of Giving and Receiving

The Chopra Center “The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” ~Mahatma Gandhi The universe operates through dynamic exchange . . . giving and receiving are… Continue reading

The Best of What We Have to Offer

 Sometimes we feel we have nothing to offer.  But the best things in life are always free.  If all you have to offer is life’s values such as love, kindness, friendship, there is… Continue reading

Perception…The Story of Twin Boys

  Excerpt from:  This River Called Life, A Letter to My Children This is based on a real-life study that was done with twin boys. The story was passed on at a work… Continue reading

There’s an Answer You’re Not Paying Attention To…

If you’ve given anything your best…over and over again,  and it’s not working, there’s an answer there you’re not paying attention to. “If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again. Then quit.… Continue reading

What I’ve Learned from Life

That pets are nature’s precious gifts to us…treat them well      

What I’ve Learned from Life

    That you can’t possibly fully understand something unless you’ve lived it.  Velinda    

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