Moral Conundrum

She lapsed with her virtues…

He made his own bed, now he has to live in it…

To be human means vice and virtue, how to forgive and forget…

It is real for you and me.

What is the social contract?

Where are we today, collectively and as an individual?

Do no harm, admit mistakes, forgive and forget (even myself), much easier said than done, but that’s the challenge!

Mr. Rogers

He provides inspirational guidance to all ages,

He will be remembered as a selfless and giving individual,

His show was a delight, as he was good person,

Humanity is given many contributors,

His job will be needing new applicants…

Value Village Visit

Go for a walk to swap and shop

Pick up a few items like screwdriver, screws and a putty knife.

Look around for an hour and put back the screwdriver, screws and putty knife.

Wandering around Sunday afternoon, actively relaxing and preparing for another workweek.

Mission accomplished, no harm, no foul.

Peacekeepers In West Africa

Unfriendly circumstances in this part of the country will make it unfit for travel:

https://www.cbc.ca/news/world/arsenault-minusma-1.4719915

Our military service people will need to work hard overseas and we want them to work safe and come back when they finish the job as best they are able.

I’m sure we all want a successful mission.

Helping people overseas is a thankless job.

Thank you.

“The Three Day Apple A Day Plan”-update

Well it has been about a month of apples.

I am beginning to enjoy my meals.

The Apple habit is solid.

I have forgotten to eat an apple before a meal twice.

The changes for me are slow and easy.

I notice what I eat and when I eat.

The Apple marks each meal.

I am slowly getting into more walking, stretching and weights.

My appetite is becoming more manageable: my cravings are becoming less pronounced and I feel more self-control.

All in all, the gradual change in diet and exercise is becoming better.

My plan is to give a monthly update for the next year.

Wish me luck!

The Proper Use Of Impression

Good habits become manageable through learning to understand and follow a good life.

Like the power of meditation, the fruits come with the labor of love.

For each individual the experience is uniquely tailored to his/her experience of this understanding.

With moral progression the mind and body experience a kind of unification.

This is not religious but more of an awakening experience.

Although there is no spiritual component, there are elements of relationship to nature, oneself and other people.

In no sense is this spiritual or religious or pantheistic.

The work is it’s own reward: living, laughing, learning to be.

Perhaps, beauty and truth emerge like a personal philosophical experience.

“The 3-Apple-A-Day Plan”

I love apples.

And I like the idea of setting a simple goal: eat one apple before each meal, each day and buy enough apples (21) to execute this simple goal.

I have been eating very healthy for years, but I highly suggest trying this simple goal along with the diet suggested in this book.

I plan to report back when a week, a month and a year has past.

Wish me luck.