Caring for Others

You may be able to change your life by changing the way you look, a surer way is to change the way you see. – Michael Josephson (derived from observation by unknown author)

CHARACTER COUNTS! Official Page by Michael Josephson

REPOST: MOMS ONLY: IF YOU HAVEN’T SEEN THIS YOU MUST. I PROMISE YOU’LL LIKE IT. IF YOU HAVE SEEN IT, ENJOY IT AGAIN AND SHARE IT WITH OTHERS. -MICHAEL JOSEPHSON  HTTP://WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/WATCH?V=CXGOJ0F5ESQ  

The Mom Song with lyrics

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Thanks for all the views and positive feedback! I’m so glad people are enjoying this! I put this together for my dad to use in a talk on Mother’s Day at church.

“If we spent as much time as we could improving ourselves we wouldn’t have enough time to criticize others.” Adapted from Christian Larson

CHANGE YOUR WORDS. CHANGE YOUR LIFE.   I LOVE THIS. SAW IT ON POSITIVELY POSITIVE FACEBOOK PAGE.   IT’S WORTH TWO MINUTES.   HTTP://WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/WATCH?V=WGI0T2AP-US

The Power of Words

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This short film illustrates the power of words to radically change your message and the effect you have upon the world.
repost: Become a possibilitarian. No matter how dark things seem to be or actually are, raise your sights and see possibilities – always see them, for they’re always there. -Norman Vincent Peale…
“Think how much more rewarding your life would be if you began to look at everything as though you were seeing it either for the first or last time. What you are looking at doesn’t change because of your attitude, but you do.” …Michael Josephson

Michael Josephson Commentary

“I am a strong believer in the power of positive thinking, which is the title of a best-selling book published in 1952 by Dr. Norman Vincent Peale, a controversial preacher and pastor who popularized the idea that if you can change your attitude, you can change your life.” Michael Josephson

“I completely agree with this statements because I saw it happen to a woman I worked with several years ago.  She was a nasty and difficult person that myself and others really disliked.  One day, she changed when her and I talked about our families and she shared a problem she was having with her husband.

“As we talked, I began to understand from where her bad attitude was coming. I told her about similar experiences I had with my husband and how I handled it.  What I shared seemed to help her and we became good friends after that conversation.

“The point is that we learned from each other as we shared stories.  By sharing my own experiences, I was able to help her through hers.  As  a result, she changed her nasty attitude and became decent to the people at work.  All she needed was a friend to talk to.”    Judith Sherman

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Published: 28 April 2011, 9:44 am
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There are two types of people – those who come into a room and say, “Well, here I am!” and those who come in and say, “Ah, there you are.” ~Frederick L. Collins

In the natural order of the world, suffering is random. Bad things happen to good people just about as often as they happen to bad people. We have not been given a shield protecting us from misfortune, but there is within all of us waiting to be discovered, the strength to deal with misfortune, to overcome it, and learn from it so we can still find love, laughter and joy despite of it.-Michael Josephson