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Our Featured Presentation: Family I

Hope you not mind this post being reblogged here on this blog. I have shared a few places and just decided to share here as well. Please read, one of the interviews includes a Q & A about family. There is music and a few questions are asked about nuclear families, Facebook and building stronger relationships. It’s good please read and share with all your mates.

The Neighborhood

cover photograph Good Morning!!! by
visual artist Keyur Panchal of Keep Picturing

the ‘Family’ preamble: Acting from Love

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Family

Kendall F. Person: I’m a little confused. Are we talking about you specifically? Strained relations with your family? Is that what led you to the Temple or are you being general or abstract?

Tamzen Temple: Partly, as there are some strained relationships in my family, but more so, of those around me who feel a little deserted There’s the good and bad in there and I think all families have good and bad elements within. The Temple is just trying to bring back the simplicity of being ‘nice’ not just in family but to set an example for the next generation.

Some of the ‘negatives’ I include aren’t really negative as they help build stronger relationships as you go through and learn your own strengths. I believe in the end, you often ‘discard’…

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Acting from Love: the ‘Family’ preamble

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The Neighborhood

cover photo despair & hope by Simonette Vaja

Bad Decisions by The Tan Band with Renee Mallory

‘Family’ preamble
Acting from Love written by What2believe, Hong Kong

My son slammed the door after saying rudely a few words to his mom: “Leave me alone, Okay? Don’t bother me anymore!” I was astonished to hear that, and before I could possibly figure out what to do about the situation, I heard my wife’s instantaneous response to him: “Remember what you said to me today, don’t regret what you just said!”

The air in the living room was filled with tension and heaviness. A couple of minutes after what happened, to my surprise, my son suddenly came out of his room and stretched out his hand to his mom as a friendly gesture to pacify the atmosphere. My wife immediately picked up his signal and stood up for him. My 20-year-old…

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