A Daily "Thought"

8/20/2017

Thought(s) 4 the Week (W-End Edition) : On the Eve of A New Week

This is a week that our Children here in South Orange County will be back at School.  Although It has been a trying week--Please enjoy these our  team chose courtesy of Jonathan Lockwood Huie as we wish all the best of weeks: 


Live with intention.
Walk to the edge.
Listen hard.
Practice wellness.
Play with abandon.
Laugh.
Choose with no regret.
Appreciate your friends.
Continue to learn.
Do what you love.
Live as if this is all there is.
- Mary Anne Radmacher

The highest and most beautiful things in life
are not to be heard about, nor read about, nor seen
but, if one will, are to be lived.
- Soren Kierkegaard

I challenge you to make your life a masterpiece.
I challenge you to join the ranks of those people
who live what they teach, who walk their talk.
- Tony Robbins

8/16/2017

View of the Week (Weekly Edition): An Update re #FreeNazanin on Her 500th Day of Captivity....

We here at the Daily Outsider have been following the case of Nazanin Radcliff, the British-Iranian detained in Iran for over 500 Days.      Please see a late breaking update courtesy of Mr. Radcliff--very glad to see the UK Government continuing to press the issue:

Day 500 #FreeNazanin – Please Look After

Last week the UK Minister went to Iran to mark President Rouhani’s inauguration and hope for a new era. He also met Nazanin’s family and Gabriella, a personal contact, as well as a positive diplomatic signal. He brought some presents for Gabriella, a Paddington Bear (pictured), and also some books. Paddington is one of Gabriella’s favourites – less the adventures in a faraway place, more she..

8/14/2017

As a New Week Dawns: A plea to all @OrdinaryFaces :)

In the aftermath of Virginia and the other profound challenges in our World, our team chose the following two thoughts from Dr. King courtesy of the team at Brainy Quotes:
I have decided to stick with love. Hate is too great a burden to bear. - Martin Luther King, Jr.

Never succumb to the temptation of bitterness. - Martin Luther King, Jr.