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How to make the world a better place.
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Started by joj - Jan. 23, 2021, 3:58 p.m.
How to make the world a better place November/December 2020-Jan 2021
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Started by metmike - Nov. 4, 2020, 8:18 p.m.
Smile and say hello to everyone you pass on the street!
Tell someone that you care about them by complimenting them. It can be a big compliment or a small one. The point is that you share what good you see in them. That will help them develop confidence and a stronger sense of self.
Consciously realize that the homeless man you pass on the street every day is, in fact, a man. Through choices of his own or circumstances out of his control, he ended up in this situation, and that makes him no less human. Say hello and warmly greet him. Your greeting could bring healing to his heart, and help heal the world one person at a time. Treat people as equals, no matter how you interpret their social standing.
The rewards of volunteering are often greater than those of monetary donations.
By metmike - March 5, 2021, 4:15 p.m.
Every day you wake up, be grateful.
It is a miracle that we are all here—think about all the things that had to be in sync for us to become the crazy beautiful creatures that we all are. Life is by no means easy, and lots of things happen that we can’t foresee, but we are here to learn, and be bruised, and return to being real.
Every day we have on this earth is a chance to make it a better place.
Reasons to be grateful:
Try to overcome cognitive bias that causes everybody to WANT to believe certain things and disbelieve other things based on our political identity.
Look for reasons why those that disagree with you might be right or why the opposite political party might be doing something good.
As well as using the scientific method...........question are own beliefs and assumptions until we can prove them with objective facts......not subjective facts from people that believe the same as we do or sites that push agenda that we like.
OBJECTIVE FACTS that stand up to scrutiny from ALL sides.
Change--because it's the only way to grow.
Dogs--because they're always glad you're home.
TRY NOT TO CRY: Dogs Meet Their Owner After Long Time II
My favorite time of day is when Deb gets home, letting our cockapoo, Macy out to run up to greet her. Macy gets excited to see us.............even if we've been away for an hour.
Music--because it raises your spirit.
Greatest composers in modern times
Be thankful for...............Computers--because they're so darn useful.
This is in response to your last one, mm.
I'm no tech wiz but i certainly do appreciate the tech world.
Unable to get help from my tech savvy friends and family arounf'97-'98 when i bought my first computer I looked for alternatives.
I had no training for computers at all and took a basic "Adult Education" course designed for beginners and taught by a teacher who taught 3rd graders the basic skills.That helped immensely but ive struggled ever since. Slowly I ve learned and slowly Ive typed since.
Anyway, Ive offered to pay for and attend similar classes with senior friends who are out of the " computer loop ". Having a friend and "coach" next to you during those classes seems like a very positive approach to convincing an outsider to embark on a voyage to computer land but have only experienced resistance. I would benefit also from a refresher course with question and answer capabilities.
You can lead a horse to water but.... life w/o computer capabilities--- Ugh !
Wonderful, Wonderful, Wonderful comment John!
I know enough to get by from using the computer for 2+ decades but on big problems, have my 33 year old son, Quinn come to the rescue.
The ever-present opportunity to learn lessons from bad decisions and use them........to make better decisions in the future!
Our brain and memory that allow us to learn from the many mistakes we make...........that we acknowledge because of having an open mind!
Cable TV--because 120 channels is cool.
120? how about 1,200!!!
Dang, I remember 3 main channels in Detroit growing up. CBS-2 NBC-4 and ABC-7. Then channel 9 which came from Windsor, Ontario Canada.
Then there were 3 UHF stations, Channels, 50, 56, 62.
Clean drinking water!
Not everybody is so fortunate )-:
785 million people lack basic access to safe water
Water Scarcity Clock
Be thankful for: The natural talents you were born to share
Be thankful for "the gift of language" and the opportunities to use it in a positive way to express love and make people happy and to provide enlightenment with truth.
Be thankful for........................electricity and all the things that it can do for us.
212 things that are electric: