Monthly Archives: July 2014

Self Confidence Quotes

I’m a big fan of reading self confidence quotes for a self confidence boost. Out of the thousands I have collected over the years, I’d like to share a few of my favorites. Notice the variety of authors… They come from all walks of life. Movie stars, first ladies, philosophers,[…] Read More →

Pocket

Who Will Help Mawya of Gaza?

I’ve always wondered what influence and effect, if any, it would have on society if there was a news channel  only reporting on positive worldly current events?  A bit oversimplified, but if people watched a greater percent of upbeat, inspirational stories, would the stories rub-off on the viewer and make[…] Read More →

Pocket

What Is Self Image?

There have been many times when I’ve I been in a hospital, and I asked my nurse if somebody could help me wash my hair that day.  99% of the time, the reaction would be, “Why? You’re not going home today.”  Why?  I’ve been in the hospital for a week,[…] Read More →

Pocket

The Future Of Our Foundation

When I was initially injured and first came home, I was inundated with visits from the wonderful folks in my community. They brought flowers, food and offers to help out in any way they could.  One such visitor was my eighth grade math teacher, Elaine Golden.  And her gift was[…] Read More →

Pocket

Restoring My Self Esteem

Recently, we had to help one of our pets go to heaven. Our pony, Maggie, sustained an incurable traumatic head injury during a horrific thunderstorm, with bolts of lightning coming down quicker than we could count them. Not only did she take a piece of my heart with her when[…] Read More →

Pocket

Freedom and the 4th of July

As the 4th of July weekend approaches each summer, we are excited at the prospect of barbecues, fireworks and a possible extra day off work.  And if you asked someone why we are celebrating, I’m sure they’d tell you because it’s the day the Declaration of Independence was signed or[…] Read More →

Pocket