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Proverbial Friday – Worldly Wisdom

Guilty feelings are different from shameful feelings, although they can overlap. How do you deal with guilt or guilt manipulation by others in your circle? How have you reached acceptance?

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Proverbial Friday – Timeless Wisdom

How do you deal with guilty feelings or guilt manipulation from others? And, how do you view safety and growth? Can these qualities operate simultaneously or are they oppositional?

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Proverbial Friday – Timeless Wisdom

I find there to be profound wisdom in proverbs, sayings and quotes and I marvel at the way they are so succinct in communicating messages to the reader. Mostly anonymous, they come to us from past generations and from across cultures. They speak of the experiences of lives lived and lessons learned. Quotes, like proverbs, make us think more deeply about something.

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Proverbial Friday

This week I present a Native American proverb and several quotes examining emotions and values and prejudice. What is your opinion of the advice inherent in these famous words? Do they give us any guidance for our life? Proverbial Friday at Something to Ponder About

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Proverbial Friday – Worldly Wisdom

 No one can climb a tree with no branches - Finnish proverb       What do you think the underlying message says. Does it refer to the support of friends and family that folk find so essential to personal growth and development?   Or, could it refer to the many divergent paths one might… Continue reading Proverbial Friday – Worldly Wisdom

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Is Every Day a New Adventure, or Not?

Today we call ourselves developed, as if we have nothing left to learn. But in a hundred years, when people look back at our generation, will they too ask themselves: how did anyone accept that world? When we look at other life, we say our technology makes us more advanced. Yet all we seem to advance… Continue reading Is Every Day a New Adventure, or Not?