Tag Archives: compassion

It’s Okay Because I’m Okay

Why is it we can forgive and excuse the mishaps and errors of others, but have so little compassion for ourselves? Do we YELL at children when they fall down and bust their lips or bump their heads? No. Do we knock the block off our guest when they break a glass or clog up …

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7 Simple Ways to Offer Comfort Everyday

Photo by Annie Spratt on Unsplash How can we offer the gifts of comfort and compassion to ourselves, our family, friends, and communities, as well as to the world around us? We do it in simple practical ways. We share what we have to give. We offer a kind word, a smile, a hug, a …

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Great Quote!

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We Need a Resolution

Because we are imperfect people, we may find ourselves in some form of conflict almost every day of our lives. We have weaknesses in us that others see clearly but we’ve never seen or noticed about ourselves. We have weaknesses that we are totally clueless about. That is why we need to come to conflict …

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Being Grateful!

I may have mentioned this in an older post, but hey, it is the perfect time to mention it again. In my home in the center of one wall I have a very large quote that can be seen as you enter, as well as when you exit, that states “There is always something to …

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ARE YOU TRULY LISTENING?

Seen from a post of a fellow blogger “Anewperpectiveperhaps” blog. SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT THE NEXT TIME SOMEONE OPENS UP TO YOU.

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A Cry for Attention

It amazes me the length people go to for attention. The thing about insecurity – you simultaneously crave an audience and at the same time you fear what others might be thinking of you. I’ll share an incident I recently seen take place where a person was craving the attention of others, yet feared what …

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The Vultures – video

Motivational and Inspiring video.

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Be Strong

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Show a Little Tenderness

“We are our own worst enemy” It’s true that when you reflect on the things you have done and not done, there is a tendency to beat up on yourself. We are so quick to criticize, judge, and even condemn ourselves far worse than the world could or would. So we wither away from doing …

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