The Language of Love

“If I speak in the tongues
of men or of angels,
but do not have love,
I am only a resounding gong
or a clanging cymbal
.”

1 Corinthians 13


Words do not make love a truth.
Love is love only when heart felt and
proven to be true by your actions.
Don’t tell me, show me.
Do not physically or verbally abuse me.
Be the person your Higher Power wants you to be,
a manifestation of His love, His kindness,
His patience and tolerance, His forgiveness.
Love is to speak truthfully from the heart.

Love is helping someone love themselves.

ME and the Boss


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Insane Happiness

“Sanity

and happiness


are an impossible


combination.”

~ Mark Twain

Attributed to Einstein, “insanity is doing the same thing
over and over again and expecting different results.” (* see below)
it seems to be logical that happiness is doing the insane things.
Happiness is an inside job, an attitude, and logical or not,
it appears that happiness can be the result of doing those things
that, sane or insane, will make you and those around you feel good.
Today, be happy, share the love, give all of you that you can
and let the logical discussions up to the philosophers, not the
physicist, or the writers who don’t do their homework.
Happiness s doing those things that tickle your fancy.
Happiness is helping someone help themselves.

ME and the Boss

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* “In the end, it’s most likely that Albert Einstein (nor did Mark Twain)
invented this phrase, though it is possible that at one point he may
have said it. Instead, people are using Einstein as a mouthpiece for
things they want said. Einstein, who is perceived as being the archetype
of indisputable genius, is the perfect candidate for having words put
in his mouth; if Albert Einstein said it, there must be some truth to it.
Thus, despite the fact that-to quote John Green-“Albert Einstein was
a physicist, not a quotation-generation machine,” people continue to
cite him and Mark Twain as the author of various phrases.”
Originally published in 
Humans of Hillel: The Hillel Academy GHS Newspaper, April 2016