Good Morning Reflection-Challenge Yourself For Happiness- Idle No More

Good Morning Beautiful People Of This World

Hope all of you had a great weekend and will have a greater week.

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Aris-Arnelle Durocher

Have you challenged yourself? Have you set goal and tried to obtain it? If no why not!

We are the conductors of our life. And as we all know there is always challenges of life available to us when we set out to reach a goal.

We want change then it is time to take a chance!

To try something new or to put into action an innovative idea.

Ninety nine percent of people worldwide have been enlightened and see things in a different way then what we were taught.

Together through the different movements we are lighting the world up with a united voice that we want change, we want all people in this world to be safe, secure, healthy which will bring all peoples happiness.

When people are content and happy this will result in not just worldwide peace but it will provide new awakenings of contemporary motivational creativeness to better and benefit this world further.

The rich resources of happy minds can never be measured in its wealth and worth bringing joy to the people of this world collectively and equally.

We the people of the world in the 99 percentile want change for better lives and futures for all people in every country!

Warriors around the world for a better tomorrow, remember to be Idle No More in Occupation as one million natives to one billion women to one trillion people in unity rise together!

Have a wonderful day and week beautiful people of this world. As always walk away from all strife, aggressiveness and hate of others.

haveagreatweek

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Good Morning World/Family/Friends- Thought Of The Day- Life

Good Morning Family/Friends/World,

What a glorious sun shiny day. The weather is warm with summer greatness. Get out and play in the sun.

~Life is like a game of cards. The hand that is dealt you represents determinism; the way you play it, is free will.~

~Author:Jawaharal Nehru~

Acknowledging Our Pain- Rescuing The Rescuer

Acknowledging Our Pain
Rescuing the Rescuer

Sometimes the strong desire to help and rescue others is actually a call to help our own deep seated pain.

Some people seem called to help others, often from very early on in their childhoods,
responding to the needs of family members, strangers, or animals with a
selflessness that is impressive. Often, these people appear to have very
few needs of their own, and the focus of their lives is on rescuing, helping,
and healing others. While there are a few people who are truly able to sustain
this completely giving lifestyle, the vast majority has needs that lie beneath
the surface, unmet and often unseen. In these cases, their motivation to help
others may be an extension of a deep desire to heal a wounded part of themselves
that is starving for the kind of love and attention they dole out to those
around them on a daily basis. For any number of reasons, they are unable to give
themselves the love they need and so they give it to others. This does not
mean that they are not meant to be helping others, but it does mean that they
would do well to turn some of that helping energy within.

One problem with the rescuer model is that the individual can get stuck in the role,
always living in crisis mode at the expense of inner peace and personal growth.
Until the person resolves their own inner dramas, they play them out in their
relationships with others, drawn to those who need them and often unable
to acknowledge their own needs or get them met. In the worst-case scenario,
they enable the other person’s dilemma by not knowing when to stop playing the
rescuer and allow the person to figure it out on their own. However, if
the rescuer finds the strength to turn within and face the needy aspects of
their own psyche, he or she can become a model of empowerment and a true source
of healing in the world.

Some signs that you or someone you love may need
to rescue the rescuer within are inner burnout from over giving;
underlying resentment; an inability to admit to having needs of one’s own; and an
unwillingness to be vulnerable. Help comes when we allow ourselves to admit
we need it, acknowledging our humanity and our wholeness by acknowledging our
pain. The understanding we gain in the process will naturally inform and inspire
our ability to help those in need to do the same.
~Author uknown~

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Good Morning Friends

Good Morning Friends


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THE TEN INDIAN COMMANDMENTS


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1 TREAT THE EARTH AND ALL THAT DWELL THEREON WITH RESPECT.


2 REMAIN CLOSE TO THE GREAT SPIRIT.


3 SHOW GREAT RESPECT FOR ALL YOUR FELLOW BEINGS.


4 WORK TOGETHER FOR THE BENEFIT OF ALL MANKIND.


5 GIVE ASSISTANCE AND KINDNESS WHEREVER NEEDED.


6 DO WHAT YOU KNOW TO BE RIGHT.


7 LOOK AFTER THE WELL-BEING OF MIND AND BODY.


8 DEDICATE A SHARE OF YOUR EFFORT TO THE GREATER GOOD.


9 BE TRUTHFUL AND HONEST AT ALL TIMES.


10 TAKE FULL RESPONSIBILITY FOR YOUR ACTIONS.


Have a wonderful blissful peaceful day and friends 😀
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