REMEMBER THE MISSION

Remember the Mission is the most important  of the 12 Daily Emotional Fitness Training Exercises.  What is the Mission?  This poster should give you a clue: The book,  The Emergence in the Morality of Children, makes the point that across all cultures children are taught to be fair and caring. These are deemed universal values. Why …

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TAKE A BREAK

Why this topic Rest and change build emotional health; so as usual on Fridays, I am asking you to plan some quiet-time, me-time, family-time,  friend-time and nature time.  I always also suggest a break from all our electronic gadgets. Maybe, if Al Gore’s great invention was shut down across the world for the weekend, our glaciers …

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THINKING ABOUT WHAT MATTERS

WHY THIS TOPIC A dear friend wrote this poem and has given me permission to publish it here.  As Carl Sandburg noted: “Poetry is the journal of the sea animal living on land, wanting to fly in the air.  Poetry is a search for syllables to shoot at the barriers of the unknown and the …

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CHOOSING YOUR GOD

Why this emotional fitness topic For Jews the time between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur is about standing before our God, choosing him as our judge and asking him to choose us for inclusion in his love. The major message of the teachings at the services I attended were  choosing to worship God.  The Jews …

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