especially for all the friends with whom I used to dance to this at the Henry J...
These are notes from a dear friend and blind Dr. of Psych.
Being blind made him greater in his chosen field as he was
unable to judge anyone by appearance. He had a vastness
in his ability to utilize other options and harness the words
and patterns of an individual. Leading to the most endearing
and viable help in the circumstances of the mind.
He is an inspiration to me during these hard times I am in.
Thought I'd sher what at once I found and now is forever
Roger's believed personality is controlled subjectively -
self concept is a continuous representation.
Today, I attempt to mentally assess the death of my Father.
And integrate, discard, discover, unveil all my new truths.
And to get back trucking on...even if I need tomorrow too.
Maybe the next day...I don't know.
Roger's thought Image Creation was Criteria-Related.
You must affect the way you feel. Your positive growth drive -
tells you what is good for you by the way it feels.
Reviewing some notes on
Roger's Person Centered Theory
Roger's Conditions of Worth - self-explanatory
refrain from bad
Roger's Congruence -
State of Harmony
Roger's Emerging Person's -
honest, concerned, cooperative
no shams, facades, hypocriticalness
Roger's Fully Functioning Person -
utilization of their potential to maximum degree
Roger's Need for Personal Regard -
seek and need approval from others
Roger's Organismic Valuing Process -
that which we value - we keep
that which we do not - we dis-card
Roger's True Self -
connectedness and progress toward
Roger's Unconditional Positive Regard
I found my 2005
Official Grateful Dead
I hung it on the month
of June. It is awesome.
The Executive Editor was
Mickey Hart and it was by
Grateful Dead Productions
The border is -as wonderful
as it's contents. And those...
He would get my vote.
With just so much more too!
Grateful Good, cheers, xo.
a whisper in the leaves
locations in isolation
"Gerda Lerner, a pioneer in the field of women's history and founding member of the National Organization for Women died Thursday in Madison, Wisconsin at the age of 92.
Gerda was born in Austria to a privileged Jewish family in 1920, and spent six weeks in a Nazi prison as a teenager. She later wrote that the experience taught her how society manipulates people, a lesson she saw reinforced by academics who suggested history was only about men.
She and her family fled the Nazi's and came to the U.S.in 1939. She earned her Ph.D. in history in 1966 at Columbia University and eventually established the first graduate program in women's studies at Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, NY. Later she moved to Madison where she founded a doctoral program in women's history at the University of Wisconsin."
Now with 101 women in the 113th Congress (includes 3 nonvoting members), one can only wonder how many women (and men) did this one very intelligent and determined woman inspire in her lifetime.
See how everything lead up.....
Sadly elegant. The Dead, the unborn, becoming...
Dr. Spasmodious & the prophetic mop maid. Worthy and perhaps inspired by Bob Dylan.
This land is too sad and we knew it too. Still we danced with the dead, the dead also peeking from around the corner.
But don't make too many people complain, marye? Where's the line, I'm wondering?
Enjoy the garden and don't make too many people complain...