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Being Great-ful

I’m sitting here early this morning knowing that it is time to write…time to put my thoughts out there in the internet world.  Here at our home place, we’ve been without running water for almost a week.  It’s not been easy.  Have had to buy large quantities of water jugs and containers, refilling water jugs, and carrying water  (my husband doing that part)…and this just brought back remembrances of long ago having to do the same.  Life was hard then…lots of effort just to survive.  This has lead me to consider:

Some people in the world now do not have running water.  Some people do not have access to fresh water each day.  This can all be changed, too.  It starts with people caring and sharing what they know, their resources, time and talent.

Here’s an idea, really a platform, that is spreading rapidly to  help others.  It’s called One Race United, ORU.  It was developed by a billionaire and set up in a private family trust for years to come.  It’s totally working with the internet and a platform on the internet that is secure and safe, unlike no other.  The idea is that people share and participate to help others besides themselves.  Get enough information to make a good decision here.  If we lift ourselves up by helping others, it gives us purpose.  I call it a great-ful attitude.

ORU is really just in its baby stages and growing fast but has the potential to change the world.  How?  Each time a premium member logs on, participates in the social media aspect like we do already on facebook, points are accrued. Points are assigned a value.  Each time a member helps another to participate and share, they are benefited, too.  The more participating the merrier!  There are discounts in the platform for Rx and travel, too. And this especially works well with those that are unbankable as a VISA debit card (for a one time modest fee) is applied for and gotten as a mode of buying and selling things on this platform.  These folks are then able to earn benefits, get discounts, buy and spend the ORU currency, and build a better future for themselves and their community-all for $5.95 a month.  34 ORU Explained Paradigm Shift2

What is Oru and it’s benefits?

How does one get benefits for sharing and participating in this trust?  How does one help others?  Here’s a start-go to this video and watch it.  Then contact me.  I’m here.

 https://vimeo.com/288127783

Some additional facts: Encryption at 2048 bits is impossible to hack. 5 Quantum computers system locations, email, social media, 194,000,000 hack attempts in one week with zero success. free stores for products and services, discounts on health, travel and more, no data collection, free guaranteed VISA card approval, transfer money globally with no fee, private and secure video conferencing, complete control by the individual, one user name and password, mobile apps integration integrated to your lifestyle and more to come under one platform.

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How to Help Children be More Able

In today’s fast paced world, helping your children be more able is a necessity.  Regardless of what age they are, each can help do what they are capable of doing.  The more you let them do, the more practice they get and thus, more capable and able.  It’s a great feeling as a parent or a teacher to help them blossom and then watch them do it on their own.

Here’s some things to keep in mind in helping your children become more able:

  • Show them how to do something and explain how it works.  You might have to do so a several times, but be patient as they’ll catch on.  They are fast learners.
  • Be honest.  If you know the answers to their questions, then by all means, share what you know.  Be open to different viewpoints.  If you do not know the answer, there are many resources to find the answer.  But be honest and tell the truth.
  • Give them something to do regularly that helps around the house so they feel that they are contributing to the family.  Explain how the family works and the hats or jobs each participant in the family must do to keep it functioning.  Children find it rewarding to know they are helping out and they are a vital member of the family.
  • Praise them often yet be truthful if something wasn’t done up to standards.  Be critical yet with a soft voice, if you will.  Demeaning their attempts to become more able will just create a stop on their end.  Encourage, encourage, encourage.
  • Once a task is given that they are able to do, then increase the gradient on it and it will increase their ability.  For example:  if younger children like to fold clothes, then the next step is to teach them where the clothes go-in which drawer and so forth.  You might could even label the shelf or drawers with a picture or words.
  • Stay positive in what YOU are doing and set a good example.  The more able you are, the more they will want to emulate that from your example
  • Communicate often and help them express themselves more so that they know they can come to you regardless.  Build a foundation of trust and you’ll have a set the pace for life.

These are just some of the ways that you as a parent or a teacher can help children become more able.  This list is by no means all there is.  There’s bound to be more things to add to this list, so feel free by leaving a comment.  Helping others builds trust and helps to build a better, more capable future for not only others but safeguards the future for yourself as well.

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But she had died slowly…

My neighbor died yesterday.  For good.

I was not very close to her mainly because she kept herself locked in her home most of the time.  She had a dog and a cat, too, that lived with her, or for her, not too sure which.

I wonder about people that want to leave earth but do so ever so slowly.  Sometimes it causes me to look at my own life and wonder if I do things out of balance.  People either eat, drink or other things to the extreme excess or not enough to sustain their life on a daily basis.  By the time you are my age, 65, you either have lived a good life or a not so good one-and the body shows for it, most of the time.

I do remember when I paid her a visit not too long ago.  It was during the summer months and I knocked on her door.  She allowed me to come in.  She did not bar me out.  I suppose that was saved only for her estranged family, how sad.  It was not easy seeing her physical state; she was not healthy to say the least.  Multiple problems and medical conditions too difficult to pronounce.  She did not stray far from her lounge chair much at all.  She could not and would not for fear of falling.  I gave her a dozen  fresh brown eggs and a booklet called The Way to Happiness which she politely thanked me for.

My neighbor said one of her favorite things to do was to look at the sun rise every morning.  I guess that’s one reason why I like to take photographs of the rising sun.  I, too, like to look at the new rays of light that come as a blessing out of the east each day.  And when I think of it, I’d rather look at what she did to help me-which was to appreciate life a little more and to be more active-active in helping others.

Each day there is an opportunity to change- to make life better than the day before.  To live life to the fullest.

Message:

Hello beautiful people! How did you like my thoughts above and photo?  I am very delighted to have you in my life to share my thoughts.  And thank you for all the likes I’ve received, too.  I have a lot of friends I’ve made on social media and also some followers, too.  But I would like to get to know you more, although  this platform makes communicating somewhat difficult.

So I have come up with a new game. At the end of each post I will ask you a question and you can reply in the comment below. Like today I want to know where you are from and what you like to do to help others.

 Okay. So I would like to begin:

I am from Michigan, USA.  I like to write inspirational messages and illustrate children’s poetry books that my husband, the poet, writes.  Where are you from and what do you like to do to help others? You can leave a comment in the section below…and thank you!  I appreciate you. 🙂