As a pupil, I would have loved to hear this. As a teacher, I was give all the detentions if I ever hear it in my class.
Fame does not always mean attention and flashing lights. Take a minute to realize that you are famous for your daily presence. Parker Palmer shares "Famous" by Naomi Shihab Nye. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ . . ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #famous #naomishihabnye #parkerpalmer #dailyaffirmation #affirmation #love #onbeing #conversations
In Japanese mythology, Izanami-no-Mikoto, meaning "she who invites" is a Goddess of both Creation and Death, as well as the former wife of the God Izanagi-no-Mikoto. She is also referred to as Izanami-no-kami.
This is a personal invite to visit the International Network of Personal Meaning, a website intended to foster conversation and learning about a variety of existential and meaning centred topics. We look forward to hearing your feedback. #meaining #learning #psychology #psychologicalminds #existentialism #meaningtherapy #international
You 've covered the hot-button topics: child-rearing philosophies, the true meaning of Christmas, your feelings about cilantro. But at a certain point, every couple needs to have the really tricky conversations.
Quotes Friendship doesn't mean going out to clubs, partying and than catching up when you have to party again, friendship is when you can have breakfasts together deeper conversations, understanding and believing.
Happiness isnt a decision its a CHOICE. . A decision implies you have limited options. This OR that. . But CHOICE means you have unlimited options AND everything is available to you. . You can have this AND that. . Your choices are unlimited (even when you feel restricted but thats a deeper conversation for another day). . For now CHOOSE happy AND whatever else brings you joy peace and fulfillment . What are you choosing?
This week Awesome Stories brings you better conversation, edible cutlery, death, meaning and portable learning. Better Conversation In this TED Talk, Celeste Headlee shares 10 Ways to Have a Better…
12 Things Narcissists Say And What They REALLY Mean
Anyone who has ever been in a relationship with a malignant narcissist or otherwise manipulative, toxic person is well acquainted with how they use language differently. The phrases that most people use in everyday conversations bear a far different meaning in the context of an abusive relationship with a narcissist. As Carrie Barron M.D. notes, “Current thought challenges the notion that narcissists secretly suffer from low self-esteem or insecurity. Or that they suffer as much as we…