A child is like an axe; even if it hurts, you still carry them on your shoulders. Finnish Proverb Several years ago, I created ‘Proverbial Friday’ on my blog, now 'Sunday Sayings.' I became fascinated with traditional proverbs and sayings, their metaphorical layers and the many different interpretations found within just a few, succinct words. … Continue reading Sunday Sayings – The Self
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When you live in a hot climate, exercising is hard. The will to jog or pump iron in the blistering heat of a steamy summer's day, is almost impossible to find. Adder Rock Entering my fifth decade, I discovered that if I didn’t exercise regularly and followed my ever increasing sedentary lifestyle, my body and … Continue reading Exercise – I hate it, so I found a solution.
Knowing your own darkness, is the best method for dealing with the darknesses of other people - Carl Jung Are You Having a Bad Day? Recently a family member had a bad day. A really bad day. Everyone has them. Some are worse than others. No matter how bad it becomes, a bad day is … Continue reading Sunday Sayings – A Bad Day
Throughout our lives, we constantly hear sageful advice such as: "Treat one another as you would like to be treated yourself "- That wise old Confucian saying of "Do Unto Others as You would have Done Unto You." We hear this, we know this, well most of us implicitly know this, yet often despite this, … Continue reading Sunday Sayings – Kindness
How mature are we at handling group conflict and disagreement? i invite you to join in our discussion on consensus truth and group objectives.