Posts Tagged ‘poem’
Gardening Is Good for Your Mental Health!
Our Mental Health Sadly, we are now reading, watching, and listening to issues that impact our mental health. Time in Our Gardens With all the sadness in the world, to keep myself and my husband mentally healthy we spend time tending, planting, and weeding the gardens and plants around our home. A Garden Poem for…Read more
“Wet Paint” Do Not Touch! – Wise Advice When You Are Upset
Wet Paint Advice “I’m ‘Wet Paint!’ I need time to dry!” is remarkably wise advice from a dear friend’s mother. You will find this guidance helpful when you’re in the midst of an internal conflict with yourself or an external conflict with tother Brain Color personalities. New Book Chapter I am writing and revision Chapter…Read more
“Myself”- An Inspirational Poem
How I Learned to Love Poetry When I was a young girl I was fortunate to attend Mac-Do Lodge Camp for Girls in Delevan, Wisconsin. Minnie A. Cohen, the owner and director of our camp, always read inspirational poems during our Sunday night campfire and award ceremony. Sharing Poetry It was those Sunday night readings…Read more
“A Woman of Valor” to Celebrate International Women’s Day
Honoring Women Yesterday was International Women’s Day. A day to establish a gender equal world; celebrate women’s achievement; raise awareness against bias, and take action for equality. It was a day to honor the women in our lives, our communities, countries, and around the world! A Woman of Valor I have always love the Proverbs…Read more
Word Wednesday – Prothalamion
Word Wednesday • “Prothalamion” is my word for WordWednesday. Definition: • Noun: A song in celebration of a marriage Pronunciation • Pronunciation – proh-thuh-LAY-mee-un Usage • The wedding couple selected their favorite song as a “Prothalamion” for their first dance. Closing Thought – Interesting History • In 1595, the newly-wed Edmund Spenser wrote a poem to his young bride.…Read more
One of my favorite poems to lift your spirits!
It Couldn’t Be Done written by Edgar A. Guest, who was know as the “People’s Poet,” is one of my favorite poems. It has always lifted my spirits and encouraged me through difficult times in my life. When I was a young girl I was fortunate to attend Mac-Do Lodge Camp for Girls in Delevan,…Read more
“We Remember” – A Prayer of Comfort
The sadness of Saturday’s massacre at Tree of Life Congregation Synagogue in Squirrel Hill, PA brought to mind a beautiful Hebrew prayer from the Yiskor memorial service from the Yom Kippur prayer book to comfort the mourners and the other members of the congregation. Tragically, as individuals and diverse communities we have been faced with experiencing…Read more
Thankful for the “LIKES” on my Facebook Sheila Glazov Author Page!
I am thankful for everyone who contributed their “Like” to my Sheila Glazov Author Facebook Page! I was delighted with all the responses and “Likes.” More “Likes” would also be appreciated, if you missed my New Book blog post, last Tuesday. I had asked people to click on my Sheila Glazov Author Facebook Page link and “Like” my Facebook Author Page! I explained…Read more
Why is your perspective about thankfulness and gratitude different than other people’s? Read the Poem!
At this time of year, Americans take time to focus on what they are thankful and grateful for as we prepare and celebrate our National Thanksgiving Holiday. Germany, Japan, Canada, Grenada, Liberia, the Netherlands, and the Norfolk Islands are 7 countries that also enjoy a Thanksgiving celebration. As different cultures and countries celebrate Thanksgiving, each…Read more
“You’ve got to be carefully taught to hate all the people…”
I have not blogged since, May 5th (I will explain why in a future post), but my Blue Brain and Heart had to write this blog post! When the heard about the massacre at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida, like so many people I was deeply saddened by the loss of so many lives, the…Read more
Sensational Summer Tips about Vacations, Visitors, Spinach Borscht, and Living Life Well
Summer has finally arrived in Chicago and my June 2014 BrainBuzz Newletter has been published. This month’s newsletter will offer you sensational summer tips about vacations, visitors, spinach borscht, and living life well. Below are header highlights from the newsletter. Your Brain Color Summer Vacations and Visitors Yellow Brainers arrange for well-planned vacations. Blue Brainers…Read more
Will You Sleep Well Tonight Knowing You Have Done Your Best Today?
Today, I wrote my publisher and told him I had completed all 19 Chapters and 3 Chapter Summary Charts, for Section I: Brain Color Concepts, Section II: Professional Brain Color Connections, and Section III Brain Color Communications, for my new book, What Color Is Your Brain? When Caring for Patients: An Easy Approach for Understanding…Read more