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The meaning of purposefulness has gotten lost in our culture. It’s either been reduced to vague concepts or feel-good hoopla. Can you blame us?
Most parents share a common denominator – you want your kids to be happy, healthy and successful. Who wouldn’t want that for their kids? The question really becomes, how do you get there?
Our culture begs us to stop every year in December and judge our year by the sum of our promotions, the stamps in our passports, and the things we bought in the last 12 months...
As you begin making New Year’s resolutions, you may want to consider building a muscle that you don’t need a gym membership for…the peace muscle!
A few months ago my youngest boy’s vocabulary expanded to include “Mine!” and suddenly conflicts abounded in our house...
I call this the “tyranny of the should.” So how do we stop ourselves from the “tyranny of the should” this holiday season and instead indulge in some well-deserved inner peace?
The theory’s beauty is in its simplicity: by placing the needs of others above our own, we let other people win at our expense. And in healthy relationships, they are doing the same for us.
Perhaps it’s time to change the way we perceive generosity in order to meet the needs of the people around us.
Giving back is always important, but that urge inevitably grows stronger within us around the time of Thanksgiving. Maybe it’s because we gather with family and friends who have been good to us or maybe it’s because the spirit of generosity seems to suddenly be everywhere. Whatever it is, it’s the perfect time to reflect on the importance of giving in our lives.