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Today’s quote: accepting and appreciating others

“One of the most satisfying feelings I know … comes from my appreciating [an] individual in the same way that I appreciate a sunset. People are just as wonderful as sunsets if I can let them be. In fact, perhaps … Continue reading

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Today’s quote: Live with sympathy and understanding toward others

“Don’t judge a man until you have walked a mile in his shoes.” ~ Cherokee tribe of Native Americans proverb “You never really know a man until you understand things from his point of view, until you climb into his … Continue reading

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Group 2: Caring – Empathy & Loyalty

Empathy Empathy is all about another person’s feelings, thoughts, and experiences of either the past or the present. You have empathy for that person if even though those feelings, thoughts, and experiences HAVE NOT BEEN fully communicated in an objectively … Continue reading

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Stage 1 of Giving Advice: Is it necessary?

Stage 1 of Giving Advice: Is it necessary? “We give advice by the bucket, but take it by the grain.” William R. Alger, American Theologian (1822-1905) We all give advice. Some of us are expected to do it as a … Continue reading

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