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Wednesday, October 29, 2008
What Color is Your Attitude?
30 Tishrei 5769
We're heading into the months of c-c-cold weather, and some genius thought of warming us up with thoughts of love at WOMEN IN RED. I'm drawing your attention to the article because it has a sidebar about altruism and how it's good for your health (quite a divergent thought!).
That look at altruism points out a reality (can so many scientists AND WOMEN be wrong?) repeated throughout my book: "... in humans, research has shown that doing good makes you feel good ..."
Men, you can find loving partners with good-hearted women. Why? Ladies (MEN, listen up, now), like to marry guys who give of themselves in order to better the world.
Maybe we better revisit these thoughts in February, when the Western world celebrates the 14th of the month with loving thoughts. Meanwhile, check out FIND LOVE BY BEING NICE (sorry FoxNews, I just had to edit your title a bit). It could make you feel better ;^ )
Gee, maybe I should have worn a red outfit in my photo at the upper right. Naaah, you can see me in red or pink when you click on Boo-Boo Barbie . Remember when I laughed my way out of the pain from my elbow fracture?
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