Archive for June, 2011
Tuesday, June 28th, 2011
Reminds me of this:
“When my children used to walk in the room, when they were little, I looked at them to see if they had buckled their trousers or if their hair was combed or if their socks were up. You think your affection and your deep love is on display because you’re caring for them. It’s not. When they see you, they see the critical face. But if you let your face speak what’s in your heart…because when they walked in the room, I was glad to see them. It’s just as small as that, you see.”
Friday, June 17th, 2011
I ALMOST feel bad for these losers. Only if you have no sense of pride in yourself and your community could you behave like this. They must be unemployed because if you had a job you loved and were proud of you’d be afraid to lose it and never destroy your reputation and the property of others. If you had parents who you respected and… repected you, you’d be ashamed to let them see you as a criminal. If you had children you adored and loved you’d be passionate about setting a good example and leading them to live a happy, peaceful life. These people are clearly a bunch of depressed, unloved and uninspired human beings who find their only joy in destruction and chaos.
I mean, really. Don’t these goofs look happy to you?
I hope their time in prison brings them reflection and embarrassment and that they’re not abused in the way they abused the fine city of Vancouver.
Karma is a bitch. Play nice kids.
Tuesday, June 7th, 2011
Think of how you would feel if this were your child? Or if your child was the bully. What would you do?
What kind of spirit are YOU raising? We owe it to our children and the people who surround them to teach them empathy, understanding and that we are all one. Bullying should NEVER be tolerated or condoned…
Teach your children to be kind, inclusive and as parents be connected as to how they treat their peers. No one’s young heart should be put through this torment.
Saturday, June 4th, 2011
Be there * Say yes as often as possible * Let them bang on pots and pans * If they’re crabby, bathe them in warm water * If they’re unlovable, love yourself * Realize how important it is to be a child * Go to a movie theater in your pajamas * Read books out loud with joy * Invent pleasures together * …Remember how small they really are * Giggle a lot * Surprise them * Say you’re sorry * Say no when necessary * Teach feelings * Heal your own inner child * Learn about parenting * Hug trees together * Make loving safe * Bake a cake and eat it with your hands * Go find puppies and kiss them * Make lots of forts with blankets * Let your angel fly * Tell your own dreams * Keep the gleam in your own eye * Encourage silly * Plant licorice in your garden * Open up * Stop yelling * Express your love a lot * Speak kindly * Paint their tennis shoes * Paint their faces * Search out goodness * Sing directions * Sing love *Talk about life * Take about death * Talk about peace * Talk about war * Handle with care * Forgive*