Distant Heart

I love what I just read from Shivasponder.

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Distant Heart

A call from the Distant Heart
From a World Apart
 
Bodies that never Met
Wished wings they couldn’t Get

 

Minds craving to meet and Flourish
Circumstances could not Accomplish
 
Tears flow on each other’s Face
But with a smile in the Grace
 
No regrets for being Divided
Its Time that Decided
 
Time not in existence for Both
Into togetherness they took the Oath
 
Thinking of each other in Eternity
Love for one another in Entirety
 
Soulmates meet on Earth
In Heaven, if not, it is its Dearth
 
No Body required, they Meet Anywhere
No Place required, they Meet Everywhere
 
 

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A Narcissist’s Enablers are Guilty

Reblogging. I will not be a coward.

Art by Rob Goldstein

A Narcissist and Her Flying MonkeysI’ve seen narcissistic enablers referred to as ‘Flying Monkeys”.

A Narcissist’s Enablers are also Guilty

I just found this post.

It is the first post on the topic of Narcissism that takes up the problem of enablers who  do nothing to stop the abuse or who actively participate in the abuse.

I call it the “Well, he’s always nice to me,” syndrome.

Narcissists are consummate and skillful liars.

By spreading false stories about their target, they are able to win people to their camp.

One characteristic of this personality disorder is apparent lack of conscience or remorse.

Narcissists also have a difficult time with accountability.

If they are confronted about their behavior. they will generally fly into a rage.

There’d be no such thing as narcissistic abuse if it weren’t for the enablers.

These are the folks who sit on the sidelines and watch someone else being whipped.

They could…

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Exercise as important as Food or Sleep?

This woman is smart! Check out Divorce With Me.

Divorce With Me

Exercise is at the top of my list of resolutions for 2016. Nothing original about that as it seems to be high in everyone’s list.


But something really clicked in my mind the other day.

Captain gave me a bit of a lecture how I don’t really do much for myself since I’m always busy taking care of everyone else. And I responded that I now do much more for myself than ever before. I go to the gym regularly and get to spend quality time with him. These are now my outlets.

But he responded that the gym is not “me” time as much as it’s a necessity.

Wha????


I never really thought of exercise as important as sleep or food or water.

Mind blown.


I always felt as if getting to the gym was strictly a way to treat myself. A luxury, of sorts.

And…

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Do Unto Others As You Want Done For You: Let Me Promote Your Page

Reblogged from Dream Big, Dream Often. Danny is a generous guy.

Dream Big, Dream Often

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I believe a large part of my growth is the fact that I promote others as a way to promote my page.  I adopted this practice after about 7 months of blogging and it changed everything for me.

You must be willing to do for others what you are asking them to do for you: support, read, share, comment and like their page.

Click the link below and leave your link for me to share you with my readers!

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If You Notice Someone With A Black Dot On The Palm, Call The Police!

Please read this

Angel 4 Light

If you ever see a person that has a black dot on the palm, you should call the police immediately. The black dot means that the person is in trouble. –

“Black Dot Campaign” started on Facebook and it’s a campaign to recognize the victims of domestic abuse. That simple black dot on their hand signifies a call for help.
Black Dot Campaign
By putting a black dot on their palms, victims of domestic violence can show that they’re in danger. So if you ever notice a person with a black dot on his/her palm, help this person and call the police.
“The black dot on the hand lets professionals know you’re a really vulnerable domestic violence survivor, and that you need help but can’t ask because your abuser is watching your every move. In just 24 hours, the campaign has reached over 6,000 people worldwide, and has already helped…

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Ask Auntie Linda, Straight Talk from a Straight Shooter

Auntie Linda

Dear Auntie Linda,  We were going to be out of town for the holidays, so we got a young man who grew up with our son to and whose parents are our best friends to housesit and care for our dogs.  We’ve known him for years and felt comfortable having him stay even though he’s college age.  We paid him well to watch the dogs  and maintain the house.  The neighbors told us later he had a girlfriend over the whole time, though he told us he wouldn’t have strangers in the house.  They had to call the police on a loud party.  We got a frantic call that one of our Dachshunds had to go to the vet with a broken leg on Christmas Eve.  Evie is an older dog and not able to move fast enough to get out of people’s way.  I suspect she was kicked or hurt by rough play at the party the neighbors complained about. A good bit of alcohol is missing from our cabinet and we can tell someone was in our bedroom.  We are very upset about the way things went.  We foolishly paid Jerome before we left, knowing he needed the money for Christmas.  We tried to reach Jerome, but he won’t return our calls.  Should we tell his parents? We feel he should make good on damages.  Mad

Dear Mad,  If this guy is in college, he is responsible for himself.  I’d make a point to let him know what a rotten job he did, but unless you are willing to sue, he is not likely to make good.  I wouldn’t hesitate to tell his parents about the bad experience if they asked, but they aren’t responsible. However, they don’t need to recommend him to anyone else.  He may just be a kid who exercised bad judgment, but I’m sure you won’t need his services again.  If anyone asks you for a recommendation, be sure to say there were problems. Auntie Linda