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Well, dear listener, the Holidays are upon us. Thanksgiving is but a memory and Christmas is fast approaching. It is the traditional season of giving. Ken and Beth are starting off the seaon by paying it forward. Join them for a discussion of the concept and discuss plans on how they, and you, can join in and pay it forward. Call in to speak with the hosts (347) 215-9971, join us in our online chat room or just listen in. However you do it we welcome you.
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We need to reflect on what “gift-giving” is meant to be. When someone gives a gift to another, the gift is a symbol of the presenter’s giving of himself to you, so giving a gift should never be forced. Without the love of the giver in the gift, the gift has no meaning. Whenever a gift is received, there should be gratitude.
When someone gives a gift to another, the gift is a symbol of the presenter’s giving of himself to you, so giving a gift should never be forced. Without the love of the giver in the gift, the gift has no meaning. Whenever a gift is received, there should be gratitude. Gratitude is the moment when the gift and the giver are CELEBRATED. Grateful people are happier, less depressed and less stressed. Grateful people have more positive ways of coping with difficulties they experience in life. They are more likely to seek support from other people, reinterpret circumstances and grow from the experience. Gratitude strengthens the immune system, lowers blood pressure, reduces symptoms of illness, and makes us less bothered by aches and pains. Grateful people sleep better, and this seems to be because they think less negative and more positive thoughts just before going to sleep.Gratitude is an affirmation of goodness. Gratitude encourages us to appreciate gifts ands to pay them forward.
Gratitude is not the same as indebtedness which occurs when a person perceives that they are under an obligation to make repayment of the gift. Indebtedness can motivate the recipient of the gift to avoid the person who gave it.
The quality of being thankful can be developed:
Start a gratitude journal, recording three to five things for which you are grateful everyday.
Write a “gratitude letter” to an important person in your life whom you have never properly thanked.
Teach gratitude to children.
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Winners of the Pay It Forward Award: Today we get to witness an award presentation to Ms. Edwards and Ms Leteshia Fahie-Breedy the teachers of students who won in the Pay It Forward essay contest.
Mission Statement: “At Leonard Dober Elementary School, we believe that learning is on-going and inter-related. We believe that all children can learn. It is our responsibility to find their learning styles, identify their strengths and weaknesses, and meet their needs. We are committed to preparing our students for a changing world; therefore, we will prepare them to think critically and solve problems. In order to do this, a partnership will be fostered between home, school, and community.”
About Leonard Dober Elementary School: “As well as offering a high quality of teaching and extra-curricular activities to our students, we also have a commitment to ensure that our students receive the best guidance and support to insure they feel happy and safe here and are therefore able to thrive and achieve academically.”
Student of the Month Awards: The selected winners of the Dober Award have displayed model student behavior. They have all maintained good grades and are always on their best behavior.
Key persons: Ms LaVerne Lake Davis, founder of the local chapter of the Pay It Forward organization; Juelis Hodge,
local Pay It Forward liasion.
Contact Leonard Dober Elementary School at: 9 & 10 Kronprindens Gade, St. Thomas, VI 00802 | Phone: 340-774-5874 | Fax: 340-774-5253
One of the most effective ways to receive more of what you want in your life is to give it away to someone else. It's a positive spin on the saying, "what goes around, comes around!" Whether you donate time, talents or treasure, paying it forward places you smack dab in the flow of circulation.
As women, the opportunity to share wisdom, inspiration or just provide a caring ear to someone in need is a powerful way to honor sisterhood.
Join host Michelle Hollinger as she allows organizations from across the country to share ways for listeners to get involved and, perhaps, help to change someone's life.
You don't have to volunteer with an organization in order to pay it forward. Less formal, heartfelt gestures are also extremely significant. How do you pay it forward? Call in to 646-595-2081 to share how you give of yourself.
What if you could prove the power of paying it forward? You can! This week meet Keryl Pesce and Amy Gopel creators of "Share this Journal," a remarkable way of seeing the miraculous results of your own acts of kindness! Tune in and find out all about how your own simple acts of kindness can change the world!
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