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Attraction

Compassion in Action

Linda: Sylvia and Seymour have been married for mre than fifty years. We consider them wise elders in our tribe. They still travel extensively and wherever they go they keep up their rigorous work out routine that includes swimming, biking, and walking.  On a...


Commitment

Sympathetic Joy Part 2

Enthusiastic acknowledgement of their successes.
 Who is the happiest of man? He who values the merits of others and in their pleasure takes joy, even though it was his own. ~ Goethe
Linda: Great relationships are characterized by sympathetic joy. The definitions...


Addiction

Sympathetic Joy Part 1

What Do I Do with Envy?
Linda: Max was born with a malformed heart, which curtailed his participation in vigorous sports. His father, uncle and male cousins were athletic, pitting themselves against other teams in soccer, basketball, football and track while Max was confined...


Addiction

Practice Does Not Necessarily Make Perfect

Linda: Becoming competent in any endeavor requires the building of skills necessary for competence and mastery.

The general principles include (but are not limited to):

Practice
Commitment
Learning
Training
Practice
Technical guidance
Practice
Prioritizing

And oh, did I mention Practice?

In case you ‘re not familiar with the definition of that word, here is the...