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Journaling : Age Mentors

Who are you “age mentors”? Who path to maturity has inspired you? Who has served as a warning? Next to each name, write down what that person’s life has taught you about aging?

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The “Girl” Stays

 Boys Scouts of America dropped the “Boys” from their name, which allows them to open the door for girls and to be all inclusive. Good for them, some may say. I, however, love Megan Ferland’s, CEO of Western Washington Girl … Continue reading

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Humanity

“The starting point for human improvement is empathy. Everything flows from that.” I agree with you. We’re all so disconnected, and it’s chipping away at our humanity—it’s at the root of so many problems. – Melinda Gates Bottom Line: Empathy … Continue reading

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Empathy

{Empathy] suggest you enter another’s person’s pain as you’d enter another country, through immigration and customs, border- crossing by way of query : what grows where you are? What are the laws? What animals graze there? Positively Purging-I welcome your … Continue reading

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Emotional Reaction

From the backstabbing co-worker to the meddling sister-in –law, you are in charge of how you react to the people and events in your life. You can either give negativity power over your life or you can choose to focus … Continue reading

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