Memorial Day Weekend is not just a three-day weekend for vacations and picnics. It is a dedicated opportunity for us to experience and express appreciation for those who have and are servicing on our behalf. Be sure to take some time to say THANK YOU
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.
“It is your depth of commitment, your quality of service, the product of your devotion — these are the things that count in a life. When you give purely, the honor comes in the giving, and that is honor enough.” Scott O’Grady, Air Force pilot (1995).
Louie Schwartzberg’s time-lapse photography shows us how grateful we should be for nature and the world surrounding us. Enjoy!
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
A Special Easter
An epic Passover mashup celebrating freedom throughout history.
Taste the power of true freedom. by Rabbi Yaakov Cohen Video and essay
Passover Funk . Something to make you laugh. A musical parody.
Passover is essentially a celebration of liberation. It was the last holiday celebrated by Jesus and it represents for all Jewish people the escape from slavery.
Courtesy of Aish.com Viktor Frankl, Passover, and the Meaning of Freedom Taste the power of true freedom. by Rabbi Yaakov Cohen Passover. The holiday that celebrates what it means to be truly free. But what is Freedom? Victor Frankl, a prominent Jewish psychologist, was a survivor of two concentration camps. When he was liberated in April 1945, almost everyone in …
Enjoy this powerful video about setting yourself free. What is holding you back from freeing yourself?
We all have our own talents, take a few minutes to enjoy the unbelievable talents of these two young singers.
No matter how small you are (or how small you feel) you can accomplish great things!
016 was a difficult year in our world, but let’s take a minute to recognize and appreciate all of the good that came out of 2016.
It’s amazing how a beautiful garden can instantly grasp our attention, making us forget all our worries.
Strive for a life that is “enough”…a life that fulfills you and brings you joy.
Allow yourself to draw inspiration from anywhere, even the clouds.
Sometimes we have to be flexible! Don’t let the ups and down of life get the best of you, learn to dance through the change!
It’s amazing how a childhood pastime can be such a stunning work of art. Art is all about perspective!
Finding your soulmate may take time, but true love is worth the wait!
LIFE PURPOSE . Tim Tebow Interview. What really matters? Seeing greater purpose in your life. This is an awesome interview.
I strongly recommend that anyone with strong feelings on the subject of homosexuality and gay rights watch these short videos and leave your comments – regardless of your position and how strongly you feel about it, take some time to hear some first hand perspectives.
“Before you speak, listen. Before you write, think. Before you spend, earn. Before you invest, investigate. Before you criticize, wait. Before you pray, forgive. Before you quit, try. Before you retire, save. Before you die, give.” – William Arthur Ward
compiled by Michael Josephson. Here’s my list of 20 greatest inauguration quotes ever.
For a man who never reached the age of 40, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., left a powerful and important body of thought. He was a preacher and orator, so rather than writing in the form of books or treatises, Dr. King
Based on years of managing several organizations, including the Josephson Institute of Ethics, and on extensive consultation with large and small organizations, I’ve distilled much of what I believe and advocate into “Ten Truths.” I hope you find this list helpful. Feel free to share it with colleagues and friends. (Or print this mini-poster version of the list.)
I’d like to share a posting from the Facebook page “Paying it Forward ~ One Day at a Time.” The author, Beth, shares a truly inspirational and beautiful story: Tonight is one that I won’t easily be able to forget — and for good reason. There’s this homeless man that I see VERY often, and it’s always hard to drive …