I don't watch much television anymore, but yesterday I also saw an episode of (Dr. Oz) .... my parents watch Dr. Oz and I go to their house. Among the guests were a couple of women who 'the experts' said were lacking some sort of feelings of self-worth, and advised things such as screaming; and self-talk, and ... all of these external things. What I saw in the two women was a
No foundation to them. I'm certain now, that
"A Saturday noon rosary has been in my life for about a half of a year;
another rosary, on Wednesdays, was added about 3 months ago. This past two weeks I've said a rosary each morning. My life changed in a drastic way since I've had the rosary in my life. On a daily basis, the practice of
the rosary has brought a deep peace to me. If you see other pages in this magazine - I talk about my life, the emotional disorder(s) that I live with; as well as the alcoholism and food addiction I have lived with. That being said, I can tell you the rosary has brought more peace to me...")
Some inspirational help for prisoners... A prayer for prisoners is below. God grant me the serenity, to accept the things I cannot change; courage to change the things I can, and; wisdom to know the difference. "... Hear our prayer which rises to You from within these walls and which longs to express to You our affection, our sorrow, and the great need we have of You in our tribulations - above all, in the loss of freedom which so distresses us. For some of us, there is probably a voice in the depths of conscience which says we are not guilty; that only a tragic judicial error has led us to this prison. In this case, we will draw comfort from remembering that You, the most August of all victims, were also condemned despite Your innocence. Or perhaps..."
The idea of a process or journey of self-discovery and of learning not only who you are, but who you want to be.
The challenge of reaching beyond your current limits. This can include keeping an open mind, questioning current beliefs, or trying to better understand others' beliefs.
A connectedness to yourself and to others. Spirituality is personal, but it is also rooted in being connected with others and with the world around you. This connection can facilitate you finding "your place in the world."
Meaning, purpose, and direction. Spirituality, while it doesn't necessarily solve or reach conclusions, often embraces the concept of searching and moving forward in the direction of meaning, purpose, and direction for your life.
A higher power, whether rooted in a religion, nature, or some kind of unknown essence. ... to this article ...
"...to steal and pass off (the ideas
or words of another) as one's own
- to use (another's production) without
crediting the source
- to commit literary theft
- to present as new and original an idea or
product derived from an existing source.
In other words, plagiarism is an act of fraud.
It involves both stealing someone else's
work and lying about it afterward.
But can words and ideas really be stolen?..."
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