This week’s webinar was beautiful. Pictures of people that’s performing acts of kindness This quote comes to mind.
A word harmony is being highlighted on this webinar. Allow me to put a spin to it. Believed two heads are better than one. Harmony for me is like a plant. Requires a good soil, water and sunlight, All three are balanced in harmony for the plant to live. For us it’s heath in mind, body and spirit or true health, Hopefully this picture does justice.
This week webinar was majestic. Its opening was beautiful. Hope this picture does justice.
Can only describe the beauty of winter since its home sweet home for my family. A blank sheet for me. Especially through a gardener’s eyes like mine. The trees are particularly interesting, the world within pops up. Every season has it’s beauty.
Talking points was kindness. Just washing hands prevents spreading bacteria especially during winter is kindness to others. Showing it to the children is a huge positive. Recycling at home is huge. We only have one world and one life. Treating ones spouse and others with dignity and respect is kindness. Kindness is consideration to others. Kindness is half of the pie. Cannot be short on the greatest feelings which is love. Patience is seldom overlooked but kindness cannot stand alone. One has to have patience. Yup patience attains all things. Cannot hurry perfection. Patience and kindness is love in a nutshell for me. A picture of love…
This week webinar draws a blank space in the brain to me or the holiday festivity finally settled in.
The beginning of the weekly webinar was beautiful. So many people, as scroll one in the Greatest salesman by Og Mandino “mentioned shedding the old skin which hath too long suffered the bruises of failure and the wounds of mediocrity.” The clip about a child ( Gregory) was perfect. Such an outstanding story about finding someone’s bliss ( happiness, passion, love) If someone finds it. Absolutely nothing is impossible. Just like scroll three mentioned about a bulls ability to move forward regardless of the sting of the blade. A bulls eye indeed.