Be patient, takes a moment to load. Worth the time to see.
SEE IF you are as startled and fascinated as I was at the end. I’m not very sophisticated when it comes to computer technology and it isn’t even of interest to me. Hacking stories are not very interesting either. BUT I URGE YOU TO LISTEN THROUGH TO THE END. Here’s the intro:
“Who are the people who write malicious hacks? Misha Glenny interviews convicted coders from around the world and reaches a startling conclusion.”
Time is running out on earth
twelve o’clock soon chimes
We must flood this world,
drown in compassionate love.
Watch this video. Joan Halifax is worth your time.
When I viewed this video about play, creativity, connection and resiliency it brought to mind the workshop I offered several years ago called “A Day of Play!”. I advertised it as FUN – how we play, why we play and the benefits of play. No one signed up.
“Fun” & “Play” possibly created an impression of being frivolous, indulgent and largely a waste of productive time. ( I should have titled it “Working at Play”)
If play is encoded in our DNA I wonder if taking play more seriously and doing work more playfully could create physical, emotional and spiritual wellbeing?
Oh my goodness! Here’s synchronicity in real-time.
Last night I posted A Smile an Hour Keeps me from Getting Sour http://wp.me/pLGhj-20i
and THIS MORNING, trying to catch up on my e-mails etc, here’s what I found!
Couples counseling, for me, is more difficult than individual counseling. I have to maintain a balance so that each feels heard, each feels safe, each feels some validation of who they are and what their point of view is. Much of the time I succeed and some of the time I get fired.
Couples come into therapy/counseling each convinced their own viewpoint is correct. They work hard in therapy to prove their partner’s viewpoint is wrong.
Much of the time I tell them they are both right. This often stops them in their tracks (IF they are listening to me instead of formulating the argument in their mind to convince me they are the one who is right),
After watching this video I’ve decided I’m not going to tell couples they are each right. I’m going to tell them they are both WRONG.
It starts off a bit slowly (from my viewpoint) but I encourage you to listen through to the end.
You can go wrong.
My mind does NOT work in a linear fashion: I don’t balance checkbook registers; I can’t remember numbers; Finishing one thing before I start another is almost impossible; Maintaining blog entries for the A-Z Blogging Challenge in the order of the alphabet . . . .well, you’ve figured that one out by now if you’ve been reading this blog.
You’ll have to decide for yourself if Caroline’s story is a perfect reason for me to skip all the way down the alphabet
to V for Vision.