• Wag more, bark less.

    Source: Person on the Street

    And, remember…Feed Your Good Dog, so your good dog always wins!
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  • 26 Mar 2010 /  General, Good Deeds, TGIFYGDF
    ”Writing

    National Women’s History Week was first celebrated in March, 1980. This was made possible by The National Women’s History Project (NWHP). NWHP lead the efforts of thousands of individuals and hundreds of educational and women’s organizations to make sure it happened then and for each and every year thereafter. In 1987, after national recognition, multi-state declarations of National Women’s History Month, and further NWHP lobbying efforts, Congress declared March as National Women’s History Month in perpetuity. A special Presidential Proclamation is issued every year which honors the extraordinary achievements of American women.

    This year to mark their 30th year, NWHP’s theme is Writing Women Back into History. To honor this theme, NWHP has highlighted pivotal themes from previous years. Each of these past themes recognizes a different aspect of women’s achievements, from ecology to art, and from sports to politics.

    Take a few minutes this weekend to remember and honor the contribution of the women in your life in general. You may also be inspired by the list of more than 230 NWHP’s honorees which you can access here.

    Additionally, the NWHP is holding an on-line auction through March 31 to raise money for its cause. If you are a history buff, or if you would like to support NWHP continue its educational mission to ensure a place for women in our history, you can check out the auction here.

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  • No matter how long the winter, spring is sure to follow. ~Proverb

    Source: The Quote Garden

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  • A FANTASTIC IDEA THAT ALLOWS ONE TO ACTUALLY SEE HOW A GOOD DEED “RIPPLES THROUGH LIFE’S POND”

    SeedaNeed.com is a good deed organization that has been launched to do good deeds Nation wide, and eventually worldwide. The non-profit organization is a web based program that helps people first recognize how easy it is to change a life by doing good things, and secondly helps users track the good deeds by supplying SeedaNeed Good Deed cards at no cost. The SeedaNeed Good Deed cards have an ID number on the card, the ID is entered to the site seedaneed.com, and the user leaves a comment about the good deed, and then passes the card along. This allows an ongoing string of good deeds that can be watched and tracked for the life of the card.

    And, remember…Feed Your Good Dog, so your good dog always wins!
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  • 05 Mar 2010 /  General, Mind, TGIFYGDF

    Turn your thoughts ‘round…the first intentional step toward the first day of the rest of a  positively lived   life!

    The Power of Positive Thinking
    by Remez Sasson
    Source: SuccessConsciousness.com

    Practical Instructions

    In order to turn the mind toward the positive, inner work and training are required. Attitude and thoughts do not change overnight.

    Read about this subject, think about its benefits and persuade yourself to try it. The power of thoughts is a mighty power that is always shaping our life. This shaping is usually done subconsciously, but it is possible to make the process a conscious one. Even if the idea seems strange give it a try, as you have nothing to lose, but only to gain. Ignore what others might say or think about you, if they discover that you are changing the way you think.

    Always visualize only favorable and beneficial situations. Use positive words in your inner dialogues or when talking with others. Smile a little more, as this helps to think positively. Disregard any feelings of laziness or a desire to quit. If you persevere, you will transform the way your mind thinks.

    Once a negative thought enters your mind, you have to be aware of it and endeavor to replace it with a constructive one. The negative thought will try again to enter your mind, and then you have to replace it again with a positive one. It is as if there are two pictures in front of you, and you choose to look at one of them and disregard the other. Persistence will eventually teach your mind to think positively and ignore negative thoughts.

    In case you feel any inner resistance when replacing negative thoughts with positive ones, do not give up, but keep looking only at the beneficial, good and happy thoughts in your mind.

    It does not matter what your circumstances are at the present moment. Think positively, expect only favorable results and situations, and circumstances will change accordingly. It may take some time for the changes to take place, but eventually they do.

    Another method to employ is the repetition of affirmations. It is a method which resembles creative visualization, and which can be used in conjunction with it. It is the subject of another article on this website.

    The other articles at this website, about the power of concentration, will power, self-discipline and peace of mind also contribute to the development of a positive mind, and are recommended for reading and practicing.

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  • HARVEST GOOD THOUGHTS AND WRITE THEM DOWN…A great argument for making a checklist and using a journal.

    Writing crystallizes thought and thought produces action. ~Paul J. Meyer

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