For What It’s Worth


 

There is no such thing as a Good War.  There’s no way to justify Genocide, Racism, Sexism, Bigotry.
We are one people, and after thousands of years we still think violence will make this a better world.

 

Stop people. 

Everybody look what’s going down.

 

There are wars everywhere.  We cannot live like this.  We cannot pass this on to our children and grandchildren.

 

Let’s start by making peace within ourselves, then opening our hearts and showing peace to others.

 

Namaste

I feel a weep come on and wonder~why I cry sometimes


Tell Me About It

moonitme (1 of 1)-2 Aug. 8, 2014 Moon N Me

I feel a weep
come on and wonder
why I cry sometimes
I wonder so many tears
Do I cry for another?
I never know sometimes
I weep
when I think of you
sometimes I weep
when I feel the leaving
sometimes I weep
and I know not why
I cry at the sight of you
Your beauty makes
me weep thankful tears
Thank you God
MichelleMarie

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At the end of the day …. Remember the primordial vibration!!


It Is What It Is

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~~August 8, 2014~~ 

Om (written universally as ॐ) is a mantra and mystical Sanskrit sound of Hindu origin (geographically India and Nepal), sacred and important in various Dharmicreligions such as Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism. The syllable is also referred to as omkara (ओंकार oṃkāra) or aumkara (औंकार auṃkāra), literally “om syllable”, and in Sanskrit it is sometimes referred to as praṇava, literally “that which is sounded out loudly”.

Om or Aum is also written ओ३म् (o̿m [õːːm]), where ३ is pluta (“three times as long”), indicating a length of three morae (that is, the time it takes to say three syllables) — an overlong nasalised close-mid back rounded vowel — though there are other enunciations adhered to in received traditions.

It is placed at the beginning of most Hindu texts as a sacred incantation to be intoned at the beginning and end of a reading of the Vedas or prior…

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Communication Tips For Parents


I am converted to Judaism. It is nice that you are too. Your blog is very helpful. A generation of kids are indebted to you.

Parent Rap

How do you talk with your children; have you ever just sat down and thought about it?

By Jackie Saulmon Ramirez | August 6, 2014

Meaningful conversations with teens actually start when they are much younger – but it is never too late to begin.

If you take a walk through the neighborhood – a store, school, school and so on – and observe how other people talk with their children you can probably pick out areas in which you could make improvements for yourself. You may see parents in a hurry, rolling their eyes, refusing to buy something, ignoring kids or maybe even getting physical with their child.

Children understand the difference between ‘talking at’ and ‘talking with’ very early.

Talking to our children becomes more of a habit than we realize unless we change the talk patterns. Here are a few quick tips for communicating better with children:

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