Posts Tagged ‘community’
Word Wednesday – “Meliorism”
Word Wednesday • “Meliorism” is my word for WordWednesday Definition • Noun: The belief that the world can improve and that humans can aid its betterment! Pronunciation • Pronunciation – MEE-lee-uh-riz-um Usage • During these crazy times and the Coronavirus pandemic, “Meliorism” can help people maintain a positive attitude and offer kindness to others. Closing Question • Is “Meliorism” your…Read more
Discover how you can create more kindness, empathy, and understanding of others in your community!
I keep reading and hearing about people wanting to create more kindness, empathy, and understanding of others in their communities. Each time I am reminded of why I wrote Princess Shayna’s Invisible Visible Gift in 1997. I wrote my “Community Parable” because children rarely are offered opportunities to identify their own personality traits and talents.…Read more
Neighbors pray together (walking outside) during Coronavirus outbreak! What about yours?
We were a diverse group: 1 Catholic, 2 members of a Christian bible study group, and Jordan and I, who are Jewish. We all joined together to prayer for our neighborhood, yesterday afternoon. Jordan and I learned about the gathering, on Saturday, when we received a flyer in our mailbox inviting us to walk together,…Read more
Building A Strong Collaborative Community: Princess Shayna Musical
5. Students Plan, Compose & Connect Emotions to Music & Lyrics: Princess Shayna Musical Yesterday, I sent out my March BrainBuzz Newsletter and was delighted to receive copious congratulations and lovely inquiries about attending the Princess Shayna Musical in May. Now, I am eager to share this 6th Journal entry/blog post from Kim Woycke, the “Blue Brain“ Director Extraordinaire of the…Read more