Monthly Archives: February 2015

Maturity

I applaud maturity for it teaches us the value of kindness and the proper perspective it holds in our lives.  In psychology, maturity is the ability to respond to the environment in an appropriate manner. This response is generally learned rather than instinctive. Maturity also encompasses being aware … Continue reading

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Avoiding Negativity

Recently a situation arose that caused memories of a negative event to arise.  I ask myself why I am bothered by this. My answer is that I’m not really sure. What I keep coming back to is how I was … Continue reading

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Connecting With Mourning

  A written conversation I participated in recently has created an area of ‘thought’ for me.  I find that when I ponder things many times I gain insight into my understanding of the topic and myself. The topic is Mourning. … Continue reading

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That, Who or Whom – Which One to Use

The proper use of specific words may seem like a simple thing and not very important in today’s society.  I find it to be a form of respect or disrespect. Referring to someone as That instead of Who or Whom is … Continue reading

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February is Responsible Pet Owners Month

(copied from an email from:  http://www.whole-dog-journal.com/ ) Being a responsible pet owner is not an easy task. It takes a lot of time and effort to make sure your furry family members are well taken care of and happy. We’d … Continue reading

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Natural Medicine vs Modern Medicine

Fact or Fiction, or as I read once, “The jury still out on if this guy is a quack.” Well . . . . opinions, we all have at least one, correction, twenty-one. Mostly our opinions on based off of … Continue reading

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What Colors Fill YOUR Pallet?

This quote spoke to me today. It triggered thoughts that have been dormant until recently. I have found that at times your actions will be interpreted by other in specific ways simply because they do not have the tools or … Continue reading

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