For denominations that celebrate Advent, the holiday marks the beginning of the church’s liturgical year. Advent is primarily observed in churches that adhere to an ecclesiastical calendar of liturgical seasons, feasts, memorials, fasts, and holy days. Those churches include Catholic, Orthodox, Anglican / Episcopalian,Lutheran, Methodist, and Presbyterian. The season of Advent is a period of both repentance and celebration. Christians spend time in spiritual preparation for the comingContinue reading “Advent Celebrations”
Frankincense Frankincense, also known as olibanum, is made from the resin of the Boswellia tree. It typically grows in the dry, mountainous regions of India, Africa and the Middle East. Frankincense has a woody, spicy smell and can be inhaled, absorbed through the skin, steeped into a tea or taken as a supplement. Used inContinue reading “The Air We Breathe”
Don’t try to micro manage me or boss me, START INCLUDING ME! I have a BRAIN 🧠 I AM A LEADER… and not going to be BULLIED!
What’s your favorite style or go to in your top drawer… or do you dare to go bare?
You have two options in life – you can make them feel better, or worse off. Life is too short for anything else. How you treat people says everything about your CHARACTER
As a teacher, and student always learning grow and expand my mi d and share what i learn with my students so they can pass on skills to their children and to continue to grow themselves. Remember always to have patients with yourself, and people around you. Life can be difficult and frustrating you neverContinue reading “Patients during these trying times”
Here are seven-steps for an effective problem-solving process. 1. Identify the issues. Be clear about what the problem is. Remember that different people might have different views of what the issues are. Separate the listing of issues from the identification of interests (that’s the next step!). 2. Understand everyone’s interests. This is a critical stepContinue reading “Seven steps for Effective Problem Solving”