Michael Josephson recently traveled to Colombia and Bolivia to spread the Character Counts movement! Some highlights include meeting the famous La Paz Zebras in Bolivia which garnered a full two page spread in a major newspaper! Michael also had two TV and one radio interview about bringing Character Counts to Bolivia. Michael also spent an incredible day at Saint Andrews school in …
Whether we’re talking politics or instructing our kids, we should use restraint in expressing MORAL JUDGEMENT. And we should do so in a way that promotes respect, reflection and discourse rather than resentment, resistance and disagreement.
It’s not what we eat but what we digest that makes us strong, not what we gain but what we save makes us rich, not what we read but what we remember makes us learned, and not what we profess but what we practice that gives us integrity.
It doesn’t matter what road you take if your good sense and good values are your compass. You can’t get lost when you have your moral compass.
Real integrity is doing the right thing knowing that nobody’s going to know whether you did it or not. – Oprah Winfrey
This grossly under-reported story should alarm top executives of all organizations. Though the sentences were relatively short — two months in jail plus another two under house arrest — the fact that former President Graham Spanier, Athletic Director Tim Curley and Sr. VP for Finance Gary Schultz will actually be imprisoned for failing to properly address allegations that ass’t football …
Your mind is like a muscle. The more you use it the stronger it gets. Thinking, reading and studying will exercise your brain and make you smarter.
Be sure you are there when your class graduates. Education improves your life.
As long as you can think, you can learn. As long as you can learn, you can get better. As long as you can get better, you can be happier. NEVER STOP LEARNING.
THANK YOU For your dedication, your duty, your unwavering loyalty and most importantly your unbelievable sacrifice. Americans have to freedom to be Americans because of you.
Yes, I used to think that gratitude was cheesy. Then this happened. How gratitude can change your life. My family emigrated from Russia to the United States when I was 13
Want to be happy and successful? Try compassion
Our safety and survival in life does not depend on direct divine intervention, but on our ability to see
What a profound insight and daunting responsibility it is to realize that you are the critical instrument of change. Our personal courage,
It’s always worth taking time to celebrate the good happening in the world!
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This week’s edition of the What Will Matter newsletter explores relationships and how they affect our lives – sometimes for the better and sometimes for the
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President Trump evokes very strong opinions that result in filtering and editing in a way that supports the bias of the person commenting on him. Here is a complete unedited transcript of his recent interview with Time Magazine without any commentary so you can form your own opinion.
Ready or not, someday it will all come to an end.
I post this to remind US that humor can improve MEN’S HEALTH and a WOMAN’S DAY. It can make you more COSMOPOLITAN, add GLAMOUR and ENTERTAINMENT to your LIFE
When I talk to parents and teachers about the role of schools in teaching character someone usually points out that character development is and should be the primary concern of parents. Who can argue with that? Many of the attitudes and habits that make up character are learned at home. But they’re learned elsewhere as well — on the school …
Despite attitudes to LGBT people slowly changing across the US and worldwide, there is still a very tough path ahead for most people who identify as LGBT.
Xenophobia, is a fancy word for bigotry .There are troubling similarities in certain current anti-immigration passion, perhaps hysteria, and one of the darker movements in American history – the “no nothing” party.
Though the concept of religious freedom and tolerance is at the core of American ideals, our history is tainted by prominent examples of religious prejudice and persecution – especially against Catholics, Jews and Muslims.
The wholesale imprisonment (we called it internment) of thousands of Japanese-Americans (we called them Japs) in U.S. Concentration Camps (we called them