Posted on Tuesday, February 26, 2013
in Emotional, Relational, Social, Spiritual, Values
Far too often when I feel that I am making progress my own propensity for old patterns and choices arises.
Not sure you know what I mean?
Have you had a Snickers instead of salad when you were hoping to eat more healthy?
Were you praying for patience and cursing out other drivers?
Were you still smarting from some ill-timed words when you assumed someone “gave you a look”? Only to find out they meant nothing by it!
Most of us are unwilling to be accountable. Too often we highlight the wrongs of others and dismiss or justify our own.
Posted on Tuesday, November 20, 2012
in Emotional, Financial, How To, Intellectual, Values
As I was approaching fifty years old I sought the wisdom of my elders. I sought out men and women older than I was to learn lessons on life that they had been learning.
Yesterday I began a series entitled A Treasure Chest Of Wisdom – Don’t Hold Grudges.
The first lesson the wise would teach us is Don’t Hold Grudges
The second lesson I was taught and it was repeated several times by my wise mentors was “take care of your health.”
Take Care Of Your Health
Posted on Sunday, August 12, 2012
in Education, How To, Intellectual, Reviews, Values
I felt it while watching the Olympics. You felt it too didn’t you?
Admiration for their courage.
Admiration for their determination.
Admiration for their discipline.
Admiration for their focus.
Admiration for their abs.
Yes, I felt it — jealousy — when I saw their abs.
Did you feel jealous too?
I’m Missing Something
Undoubtedly the recent Olympians experienced much more than the satisfaction of competition win or lose. For instance, though I took no interest in the rowing competition, but maybe I’m missing something.
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Younger Next Year by Chris Crowley and Henry S. Lodge
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