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I’m Not Ready To Die

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I’m Not Ready To Die: With Each Breath You Breath I heard my name today on the cold hollow breath of that part of life we know as death. It called to me but I ‘m not ready to die. I am not any more prepared to leave here than I was prepared to arrive. […]

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Knight in Shining Armor

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What is a Knight in Shining Armor I wasn’t feeling like anyone’s knight in shining armor “I was whining about the various ailments and injuries that have accrued over a lifetime spent in the military – I told this to my God daughter and wife over dinner. I am a beat up old soldier and […]

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Right and Wrong

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When Bankei held his seclusion-weeks of meditation, pupils from many parts of Japan came to attend. During one of these gatherings a pupil was caught stealing. The matter was reported to Bankei with the request that the culprit be expelled. Bankei ignored the case. Later the pupil was caught in a similar act, and again […]

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Staying Hydrated

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Now that it is summer and everyone is outside enjoying the weather, it becomes more and more important to stay hydrated.  Why should you stay hydrated?  Your body needs water to survive; over half your body weight is made up of water, which is lost all the time through sweat, going to the bathroom, and […]

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The Burden

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Two monks were returning to the monastery in the evening. In that time when monks traveled they did so in pairs and were forbidden any contact with females. It had rained and there were puddles of water on the road sides. At one place a beautiful young woman was standing stranded in a beautiful silk […]

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Bullying Begins at Home: How Siblings Can Hurt Each Other

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Laura Flynn McCarthy, KnowMore.tv ~ What does the face of a bully look like? Is it the angry kid in the school yard, or the mocking teen avatar on Facebook?Look closer: The face of a bully, it turns out, may be your own child—taunting your other child. Siblings can do real damage to each other, a […]

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Getting in Shape and Staying in Shape

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The desire to get in shape begins with a very peculiar emotion:  the feeling of being disturbed.  You may feel disturbed about the way you look, disturbed about the way you feel or disturbed because the doctor said you need to get healthy now. For me, it was that I looked, felt, and did not […]

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4 Ways To Get Your Kids To Stop Fighting

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It’s probably safe to say that sibling rivalry harkens back to caveman times. But instead of fighting over the remote or who gets the last cookie, brothers and sisters were arguing for dibs on the last Buffalo bone or whose turn it was take out the cave trash. Fear not, says KnowMore’s Child Development Expert […]

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First Empty Your Cup: A Cup of Tea

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Nan-in, a Japanese master during the Meiji era (1868-1912), received a university professor who came to inquire about Zen. Nan-in served tea. He poured his visitor’s cup full, and then kept on pouring. The professor watched the overflow until he no longer could restrain himself. “It is overfull. No more will go in!” “Like this […]

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Ask Dr. Robyn Silverman – Teaching Anger Management to Kids

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Dr. Robyn Silverman, the founder and creator of the Powerful Words Character Development System provides some helpful parenting tips to parents on how to teach Anger Management to children in this video. For more information about one on one success coaching or one of Dr. Robyn’s World Renowned Parenting Groups, please visit http://www.DrRobynSilverman.com or call […]

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