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A PRACTICAL Do-It-Yourself ‘GRATITUDE GUIDE’ FOR A HAPPIER, MORE MEANINGFUL LIFE –
TO KEEP AND REFER TO EVERYDAY – PUT IT ON YOUR MIRROR
How to Multiply your Abundance- ThanksGiving EVERYDAY
(inspired by Doug Andrew, LiveAbundant.com)
Why Do We Only Celebrate Thanks-Giving But One Day a Year? Why Not Celebrate Everyday? Here’s A Simple, Quick Practice for a Happier, more Meaningful Life
This little 10-minute activity could/should have great positive impact on your life as well as that of others, places and things.
What Are You Most Grateful For?
A PRACTICAL PRACTICE:
A.) On a tablet or large piece of paper
Write Down What You Are Most Grateful For: (See Top 10, below, but you can add to the list – )
and be sure to leave plenty of space after each item to write more later:
What Are You Most Grateful For? (Start Writing…)
1.) A Person (or Animal) You Are Grateful For
2.) A Person (or Animal) Who Has Passed Away you Are Grateful For Having known for his or her Talents, Values, etc. (g. could be a family relative or a famous person or anyone )
3.) A Physical Ability that you possess that you are grateful for (g. playing a musical instrument, adept at languages, athletics, good memory, etc.)4.) A Material Possession (may not be THAT important but why not… your car, smart phone,etc)
4.) Something in NATURE you’re grateful for (I love to go to Napa not just for the vineyards but for the beauty including riding my bike thru the vineyards and scenery. I love the Eastbay Park System with countless amazing, diverse places to explore by foot, bike, water, air)
5.) A Place On Earth (g. a favorite travel destination or just a place you admire for whatever reason)
6.) A Modern Day Invention (something as basic as the flush toilet or as complex as the smart phone or internet or your favorite food)
7.) Your Home or Place of Abode
8.) Your Family, siblings
9.) God, Universe or Higher Power – whatever your belief is
10. ) A Personal Possession – It may seem to go against the grain of what we’re aiming for here, but what the heck… you’re entitled to a favorite possession (even if it IS a material object such as a car or smart phone
WE’RE NOT DONE YET – HERE COMES THE ‘MAGIC’..
B.) Now Write Down WHY You Are Grateful for the Aboveand, finally…
C.) Write Down HOW You Would Show Your Appreciation for these People and Items
(e.g. Writing a note to those people expressing your gratitude for them or writing a blog or poem about your favorite place, possession or thing, etc.)
NOW, YOU HAVE YOUR GRATITUDE GUIDE TO ‘BOOKMARK’ OR PUT ON YOUR MIRROR TO REMIND YOU OF ‘THE GOOD’ WHEN THINGS MIGHT NOT BE GOING SO WELL IN YOUR LIFE –OR EVEN WHEN THEY ARE… AND TAKE ACTION MORE OFTEN TO MAKE FOR A HAPPIER, BETTER LIFE WHILE ALSO BRINGING JOY TO OTHERS AND NATURE
D.) optional) For an even more enhanced return, Share Your Top Three (of the 10 – or you can do all 10) Gratitudes with your family and/or friends for a wonderful , productive discussion next time you gather around – AND SEE WHAT HAPPENS!
In today’s world Nixon may not look so bad in light compared to Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton
NIXON RESIGNATION 42 YEARS AGO NOW VIEWED IN MORE FAVORABLE LIGHT
Below article by an older, more open-minded liberal journalist casts former President Nixon’s 1974 resignation in a more sympathetic light against the political backdrop of today. While Nixon was by no means the most exemplary character he wasn’t all bad and , especially considering his less than stellar upbringing and resulting paranoia, handling his Presidency about as well as might be expected. Unfortunately, we don’t get the best quality human beings as presidents, but Nixon did make attempts while bucking an uphill stream in the liberal late Sixties and ’70s. Many never gave him a chance and his ego and persecution complex really took a beating.
He was not the sympathetic, likable candidate we saw in JFK but Nixon was a hard worker who did make positive contributions as President and , as a person, must be given some credit for being able to bounce back from his 1960 loss and persecution in the media. By today’s standards, his Watergate crimes pale in comparison to those of the Clintons, yet the media carries their water as it has most liberal candidates. Not sure why.
When I studied journalism in the 1960s a key requisite was to report both sides of the issue. A few years later true journalism disappeared and has never reappeared with rare exception, perhaps Martin Snapp’s own writing, as below.
by MARTIN SNAPP, Bay Area Newsgroup Writer and http://martinsnapp.blogspot.com/
Tuesday will be the 42nd anniversary of the Nixon resignation from the Presidency, an event I celebrated by literally dancing in the streets.
Why did people like me despise him so? Partly, it was because he fought dirty. Starting with his first race against Jerry Voorhis, his favorite tactic was intimating that whoever stood in his way was a traitor.
But I think the real reason was because, as much as we hate to admit it, he was the true mirror of our national soul.
We want to think we’re like Jack Kennedy – handsome, graceful, a hit with the girls. But the truth is that most of us are more like Nixon – insecure, resentful, and compulsively self-destructive.
I remember the night of the Kent State killings, when he tried to talk with protesters at the Lincoln Memorial by making chitchat about football. How we sneered!
It feels good to make fun of the class nerd. It makes you feel like part of the “in” crowd, even if you aren’t.
Especially when you can feel so self-righteous about it. After all, this was Nixon the red-baiter, second only to Joe McCarthy as the arch-villain of the 1950s. He deserved all the bad things that happened to him, didn’t he?
Yes and no. Sure, he looked silly talking about touchdowns and field goals to students who wanted to talk about war and peace. But it was the closest he could come to extending a hand. And we slapped it away, laughing at his lamenwss.
To a paranoid like Nixon, it must have been another confirmation of what life had been teaching him since childhood: He really was surrounded by enemies.
“What starts the process, really,” he wrote about his passion for winning, “are the laughs and slights and snubs when you are a kid. But if your anger is deep enough and strong enough, you learn that you can change those attitudes by personal gut performance.”
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Nixon had a childhood that would make anyone paranoid. His younger brother Arthur died from meningitis, then his older brother Harold died from tuberculosis.
Those illnesses ate up what little money the family had, and Nixon had to turn down a scholarship offer from Harvard and attend little Whittier College, instead. (No wonder he was so jealous of the Kennedys.)
And yet this loser, through sheer force of will, transformed himself into a winner. A lot of us thought he sold his soul in the process, but who among us is without sin? Our beloved Jack Kennedy’s record isn’t so hot when it comes to the McCarthy era, either. And remember, it was the Kennedys, not Nixon, who authorized the FBI wiretaps on Martin Luther King.
Ironically, after the fall of the Soviet Union the secret KGB files came to light, and it turned out that some of the people Nixon accused of espionage, like Alger Hiss, really were spies, after all.
I know it doesn’t make up for Watergate. All I’m saying is that Nixon was speaking for us all when he pronounced his own epitaph the day he resigned: “Others may hate you, but those who hate you don’t win unless you hate them. And then you destroy yourself.”
Republicans increasing support for Israel while Democrats waning
Less than 50% of Democrats Now Supporting Israel, Down from 60% high
Jews still identify most with Democrat party but down to 61%, which may , in part, explain the unexpected drop in Democrat support for Israel, noted in chart #2
Less Than 50% of Democrats Now Support Israel Despite Terror – Jews Leaving Party?
The Democratic Party, once known for its strident support for Israel, has been bypassed by Republicans by almost 30% in the past decades with Republicans now well ahead of Democrats in support of Israel, 75% to 48% as of a recent Gallup (2014) survey
Despite to what appears an increasing threat to Israel from ISIS, Iran and others – and, in light, of the latest terrorist killings in Tel Aviv, Israel- Democratic support for Israel is down to 48% , down from 61% in 1991. (Survey only goes back to 1990. ) We would imagine support was even higher with more supportive, earlier administrations, going back to the earlier skirmishes like the ‘6 Day War’ in late 1960s (but surveys don’t go back this far.)
It’s especially interesting because Democrats have, until recent times have been the greatest friends of Israel – and, especially the Jews, of which the great majority have identified as Democrats. But, even this stat, appears to be changing, remarkably, indicated by Chart #3 which shows Jewish Democratic identification was down to 61% in 2014 from over 70% in 2008. So, while the one-time ‘sympathetic’ party has, surprisingly dropped in support of Israel, the latter chart would lead us to believe that more Jews have ‘left the party’ or at least no longer identify with the Democratic party.
We must deduce that the Jewish drop in Democratic affiliation has come in light of the increasing threat to Israel, which includes that coming from increasing anti-Israel America. It doesn’t come as a surprise that Jews may be reacting to America’s increased support for Iran and seeming decrease for Israel, as evidenced by President Obama’s strained relations with Israel while signing off on the big Iran nuclear pact against Prime Minister Netenyahu’s wishes. It’s not surprising to see that some American Jews may be reacting to America’s estrangement with Israel as President Obama has welcomed Muslim immigration to America by 57% while increasing aid to Iran ($150 million) and other Muslim countries.
Many in today’s ‘PC’ culture will get offended by any comparison between Mohammed Ali, who we just lost, and Donald Trump.
But, in fact, Ali and Donald Trump have many things in common. Besides being highly charismatic individuals they were both considered loud and bombastic, perhaps sometimes talking before thinking some would say. Yet, Ali would win back a good share of praise while Trump has not-yet
Ali was considered a radical, of sorts, way back in the EARLY 60s before it was popular. Only years later, did Ali gain more widespread acceptance as he backed up his statements, truly becoming the greatest boxer while also showing a softer, humanitarian side. And, with his strong Islamic beliefs for which he had changed his name from Cassius Clay, Ali went out of his way to accept everyone, from someone as different as Howard Cosell, to Ronald Reagan, yes, President Reagan the Republican – who Ali actually supported for a time. Ali was anything but ‘PC.’ Remember him calling George Foreman the ‘Gorilla from Manilla“?
Trump is getting much of the same negative reaction today that Ali got in the early 60s , but it’s coming, surprisingly – or not so surprisingly- in these more modern, supposedly ‘accepting” times. While Ali is getting most positive (deserved) eulogies, Trump the candidate is the bain of the mainstream media (and much of America) despite a very similar personality and style to that of Ali. Despite a long, positive track record, some will say Trump hasn’t done enough to back up his words -yet- or perhaps our society is still too ‘PC,’ even though Ali’s remarks considered outlandish at the time have become accepted. In fact, Trump has established himself as one of the great businessmen of our time – and continued efforts by the media and political opponents to find fault have mostly gone nowhere as Trump has surprised everyone by coming from a business background to Republican frontrunner for Presiden
Don’t know if Ali and Trump were friends but they would, no doubt, have respected each other and probably could be good friends, despite background or religious differences. It seems that neither Ali or Trump’s bravado came out of dislike or hate for others but more out of self-confidence and a desire to be the best they can. Some may call it braggadocio – and Trump and Ali are not the only ones – and if people can truly back it up there should be a place for them as we seem to have granted Ali- only four years Trump’s senior. Whether Trump will ever get fair due – if and when he finally has earned it (if not already) only time will tell. We believe in giving Trump the chance we gave to Ali. Sure, it was more difficult for Ali as a black man in the era he came up and he should be given that extra due – along with the fact that Ali had to suffer with Parkinsons in later years,. but in a society, which was pretty color blind from the 1970s until perhaps the Obama administration, everyone should be given be the same fair chance. It’s been 50 years since the 1964 equality act was signed by President Johnson – and only another 20 years since anti-semitism was rampant as recently as the 1940s.
Ali Didn’t Emphasize Race, Religion in Public
Sadly, religious and race relations have taken a big hit in recent years . We no longer see the same acceptance accorded others by Ali by many of today’s politicians and religious leaders and celebrities . Ali never seemed to use his Muslim-ness in a mean-spirited way. It was merely a religion he followed, not intended to be held up against those of other faiths . In addition, as with Trump, we saw a happy humor in Mohammed – not the mean-spirited resentfullness we see today in some of our celebrities and leaders who will wear race and religion all over their sleeves.
It’s a sad irony to say it’s too bad Ali’s voice was all but silenced the past several decades -as he might have been an even ‘louder’ role model that society so sorely needs today. And LOUD can be good. For someone they called a civil rights activitst, but he did it in the most quiet of ways, which can also be good.
ALI LIKE TRUMP IN MANY WAYS, YET TREATED DIFFERENTLY
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