I love the following admonishment which was written by Om Mani Palme Hum: Useful your voice for kindness, Your ears for compassion, Your hands for charity, Your mind for truth, Your heart for love, May we all take care of ourselves, And each other during this difficult time.
Today I am most grateful for my health and amazing family and friends! Every day I repeat a mantra which includes all things and people that I’m grateful for. Today I’ll especially feel gratitude for my health and family and friends. Not everyone is as fortunate as I am. Being healthy and wealthy during this Read more about I Am Grateful[…]
Alexander Jackson posted the following challenge for us: 1. Be Grateful. 2. Be Kind. 3. Let go of what I cannot control or change. 4. Listen to my intuition. 5. Be productive but calm. 6. Breathe.
“When someone does a good job, tell them. When someone makes a mistake, forgive them. When someone tells you their problems, listen. Being kind barely costs a thing. You’ll hardly remember you did it, but the other person may never forget it.” J. Clear
Terry Small posted the following on Twitter: 10. You’re willing to play any role that helps the team. 9. You would rather score less and win then score a lot and lose. 8. When your team scores, the first people you congratulate are your teammates. 7. You love practice as much as you love games. Read more about Top 10 Signs You’re a Great Teammate[…]
ChetnaMindfulness posted the following about the importance of pressing pause each day: “Today I’ll press pause … Today I’ll eat breakfast outside … I’ll pick up the book I keep meaning to read … Today I’ll set down my worries for a while … I’ll double the amount of eye contact I share with family Read more about Today I’ll Press Pause[…]
Years ago, I gave my Father a small placard that read “Laughter is cheap medicine.” During mu Dad’s early onset with Alzheimer’s, he laughed at almost anything. And, his laughter was contagious. Today Terry Small posted a lovely quote about how laughter literally heals our brains. I have always believed that to be true. When Read more about Laughter Heals Us[…]
Albert Einstein posted the following suggestions for challenging ourselves to push ourselves out of our comfort zone: 1. Aggressively challenge your comfort zone. 2. Take baby steps. 3. Don’t pick the safe choice. 4. Put yourself in a new environment. 5. Make a snap decision. 6. Hold yourself accountable. 7. Volunteer.
I am a firm believer in self-care. There are many ways to care for ourselves. One of my ways is to go for walks. Whenever I feel stressed, I take a walk, any time of the year. In summer, spring and fall the green leaves are my healers. What always amazes me is how beautiful Read more about Make Time For Yourself[…]
ChetnaMindfulness posted an article about the importance of saying No! NO compromising your own needs to meet the needs of others. NO not standing up for what you believe in. NO silencing your own values to keep the peace in a relationship. NO not changing your dreams and goals. NO giving up your own self-care Read more about Say “No” With Compassion and Respect[…]