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Confucius (c. 551--479 B.C.). Chines philosopher, who was a statesman and adviser to various feudal lords.When none would implement his philosophy of perfecting one's own moral character, he became a teacher. He found the key to to successfully send message by having adequate knowledge of words you speak.
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A famous painting exists of 3 Asian men, way back in time, who are gathered around a big vat of liquid. Vinegar, to be exact! They are dipping their fingers in the vat and tasting it. One man reacts with a sour expression; the second man has a bitter look on his face; and the third has a smile on his lips. These three men are Buddha, Lao Tzu, and Confucius, and their reactions to the taste of the vinegar represent their philosophies. Can you guess which man is associated with which expression? This famous painting was discussed in The Tao of Pooh, so you may already know the answer. But tune in anyway, because we'll be talking about the differences between these 3 key philosophies.
Famous musical quotes by Classical Composer Bach, Maria von Tripp, Hans Christain Andersen, Confucius, Martin Luther, Scott Weiland, Douglas Adams and excepts from The Healing Energies of Music by Hal Lingerman
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THIS WEEK: RESPECT Your TBI
It was Confucius who said, “Respect yourself and others will respect you.” A common thread in all disability communities is the desire to be respected as individuals who want to be totally integrated into all aspects of society. Respect by definition is "a feeling of deep admiration for someone or something elicited by their abilities, qualities, or achievements." We all have associated with people and things we have such high regard for in our lives…but what about respect for our TBIs? How challenging is it for you to respect yourself? Your own TBI? Do you feel respected by others? If not, how can you change that? Join Kevin tonight when he shares his own insights about respect and provides some tips on how to revere yourself which will help you fulfill your potential to have a FUNctional life as a TBI Thriver.
Tune in this week to add another perspective to your daily repertoire. If there is something in particular you would like to hear Kevin discuss, join us on Fridays and share in the chat room with the "Marvelous Maggie" (Kevin's 24/7 Partner and Professional Care Assistant)
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April 24, 2014 - LIVING A RICHER LIFE: with Heather Shreve, Certified Wellcoach (ACSM), Behavior Specialist and Author of “Caught On the Equator, Finding the Fire Within.”
THIS WEEK'S MESSAGE: “The will to win, the desire to succeed, the urge to reach your full potential... these are the keys that will unlock the door to personal excellence.” Those are the words spoken by Confucius back in 500 BC. Today, in times of strife or uncertainty, it is easy to beat yourself up, think you’re not good enough and blame others or circumstances for falling short in some aspect of your life. It is even easier to forget that despite all of our differences we are born with one very important and unique thing in common…human potential for greatness. What seems difficult, at times, is remembering this potential lies within us all. The question in many cases is “How can I find the fire that I know is within me?”
Heather Shreve, certified Wellcoach (ACSM), behavior specialist and author, is authentically passionate about facilitating peoples’ journey to their highest potential, and advocates the idea that “hitting bottom can be a ticket to the top.” Heather demonstrates and takes her message to corporations and individuals alike; through her wellness program and her personal transformation story; Caught On the Equator, Finding the Fire Within. Beginning with her own adversity story of being jailed in Africa in 1983, Heather takes her audiences from “inspiration to transformation.”
TONIGHT we talk all about betrayal. We see it on every reality show, on every primetime show from Scandal, The Voice, & Survivor. So We have familiy betraying family and friends betraying friends. We open up the lines for everyone to share their stories.
Betrayal is defined as being unfaithful, disloyal, or decieving someone that has put their trust in you.
“It is easier to forgive an enemy than to forgive a friend.”
? William Blake
“Et tu, Brute?”
? William Shakespeare, Julius Caesar
“It is more shameful to distrust our friends than to be deceived by them.”
Our Reasons to Believe quote for today is from C.S. Lewis. He said, "If you had gone to Buddha and asked him: 'Are you the son of Brahma?' he would have said, 'My son, you are still in the vale of illusion.' If you had gone to Socrates and asked, 'Are you Zeus?' he would have laughed at you. If you had gone to Mohammed and asked, 'Are you Allah?' he would first have rent his clothes and then cut your head off. If you had asked Confucius, 'Are you Heaven?' I think he would have probably replied, 'Remarks which are not in accordance with nature are in bad taste.' The idea of a great moral teacher saying what Christ said is out of the question. In my opinion, the only person who can say that sort of thing is either God or a complete lunatic..."
Our Reasons to Believe Scripture passage for today is 1 Thessalonians 5:20-22. It reads, "Despise not prophesyings. Prove all things; hold fast that which is good. Abstain from all appearance of evil."
Our Reason to Believe powerpoint today is titled "Faith and Reason" (part 4) from "The Handbook of Christian Apologetics" by Peter Kreeft and Ronald K. Tacelli:
Emotional faith is feeling assurance or trust or confidence in a person. This includes hope (which is much stronger than just a wish) and peace (which is much stronger than mere calm).
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What does the great prophets such as Jesus Christ, Mohammed, Buddah, Confucius, Moses, (and many others) have in common with Bill Gates and you ?
Our social network is not only a very important asset to us all, but developing your social network is an essential life skill.
During this episode of It's My House we shall be giving you the tools that you need to increase your social networth.
What are you passionate about? Have you ever wanted to do what you love for your career? Confucius said, "find a job you love and you'll never work a day in your life". So, what holds so many of us back? Do you know what your passion is? Join Shirley Gutkowski Host of Cross Link Radio as she discusses Exploiting Your Passion with Beth Thompson RDH, BS, FACE, OM and founder of CareerFusion, LLC.
Beth Thompson celebrates 30+ years as an RDH and provides industry consulting services, Continuing Education programs, Corporate Recruiting and Placement. She is a well known and respected professional in the Dental Industry and was the Editor in Chief for Contemporary Oral Hygiene for over six years. She shares her vast experiences and knowledge with indivudles interested in fusing their passion with their career. Check out Careerfusion at www.careerfusion.net.
Though no one can go back and make a brand new start, anyone can start from now and make a brand new ending. Carl Bard
The "Monday Business" segments on Cross Link Radio are produced by Gaylene Baker, BSDH, MBA.
GLMX #90: You Can Find the Bodies of Mohammed, Buddha, and Confucius, But You Cannot Find the Body o
One of my favorite verses in the Bible is Matthew 28:6, "He [Jesus] is not here: for he is risen, as he said. Come, see the place where the Lord lay."
One of the most famous Buddhist temples in the world is the Shwe Dagon. It stands on a hill over 200 feet high and rises some 200 feet higher. It is covered with a pure gold leaf. Around its base are hundreds of small pagodas, in each of which is some relic of a teacher of Buddhism. Embedded in the solid masonry of the base is a gold box which contains some finger-bones, teeth, and other parts of Buddha, who lived many centuries ago.
There is another burial place in Arabia, the green mosque of Medina, under which lies the body of Mohammed. Millions of people today are his earnest followers. But, despite his greatness, he, too, is dead, and like Buddha, he lies buried here on earth.
The burial place of Confucius is a grass covered mound in the province of Shantung, China. Confucius was also a great man and teacher, and he influenced the lives of millions of human beings. Nevertheless, he is dead and his body, too, is here on earth.
There is another tomb that was cut into a rock. A tomb which had been closed with a great stone. Today, the stone is "rolled away", and the Man whose body had been laid within by sorrowing friends is gone.
The world shattering truth being that on the third day, "He [Jesus] ROSE from the dead!"
Yes, indeed, the tomb of Christ is an empty tomb. That's the vital difference between Jesus of Nazareth and any and all other great religious leaders who ever walked the earth.
+ Plus, listen to Tim Hughes singing "Happy Day"
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Let us explore the self inflicted complexities of desiring to please others and not carrying strong emotions like guilt, resentment and shame that complicate our lives. We will also learn how to make choices that assist us in leading simple, carefree lives free of judgment and drama.
“Life is really simple, but we insist on making it complicated.” ~Confucius
Today is Confucius Day kids! How exciting is that? Well, Confucius' lesser known brother Profucius will be here with us to share his very special kind of wisdom with our vast and diverse worldwide audience along with celebrating all that is great about China. We'll also be checking in to see Ted Cruz is still talking and have a special edition of The McLaughlin Group!
We'll explor the Sensual Side of LIfe with Drew Peacock and of course visit the Poet's Corner with Paul Piatt AAAAAANNNNDDDD a first ever "Smugly Superior w/ Dana" report!
It's also International Coffee Day and National River something day so we'll have a few thoughts on that too.
Plus, we'll take YOUR CALLS!!!