Tag Archives: behavior

Standards

“Until we stop harming one another and other sentient beings we will remain savages.” The saying from my old guru goes to the heart of high ethical standards. High standards, looked at from a different angle is etiquette. Emily Post … Continue reading

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Cool And Composed

The 44th President of the United States of America is┬ásomeone who exhibits a great amount of composure. In and out of office, Barack Obama has never publicly lost his calm, thoughtful demeanor. Regardless of one’s personal opinion of Mr. Obama, … Continue reading

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Right Or Left Brained?

It might be true that our personalities and behavior don’t originate from the left or right side of the brain. There were news stories back in August that reported about new discoveries challenging the popular beliefs about right-brain, left-brain personality … Continue reading

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Today Is Not Opposite Day

Today is not Opposite Day. January 25th is Opposite Day. We are supposed to celebrate Opposite Day on Opposite Day. I decided to celebrate Opposite Day by not celebrating Opposite Day on Opposite Day. Today is the random day I … Continue reading

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Peace On Earth

I picked up the old library book and found a thin, vintage Christmas card somebody used as a book mark. There was only one phrase on the card, “Peace on Earth”. It was an odd, little surprise to come across … Continue reading

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Action

It’s easy to feel restless and frustrated when our plans for a successful project don’t materialize or when we’re denied what we want to have. At those times, it seems like we’ve lost a fair amount of personal power. Despite … Continue reading

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The Company We Keep

One of the earliest lessons we learn in childhood is that we are judged by the company we keep. If our parent taught us this, she was probably concerned about how we would develop our ideals, morals, and ethics. Literature … Continue reading

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