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Monday, January 21, 2019

Live and let live

We need leaders 
not in love with MONEY 
but in love with JUSTICE   
Not in love with  PUBLICITY 
but in love with HUMANITY.
Dr. Martin Luther King 

Enjoy your day!


Sunday, January 13, 2019

Life is too short

 (c)2019 Gerlinde Keating. All Rights Reserved.

Enjoy your day!

Wednesday, January 9, 2019

Mariachi and Austrian Volksmusic

Mariachi Music - Alejandro Fernandez

Austrian Volksmusic - Hansi Hinterseer

I would love to see Alejandro and Hansi together on stage!

Take a little time off and enjoy the music! Mexico and Austria!

Have a great day!

Tuesday, January 8, 2019

Do you have a low Self-Esteem but are Self-Confident?

Self-confidence and self-esteem do not always go hand in hand. In particular, it is possible to be highly self-confident and yet to have profoundly low self-esteem.

So what is the precise difference between self-confidence and self-esteem?

To be self-confident is to trust in oneself, in one’s ability or aptitude to engage successfully or at least adequately with the world.

A self-confident person is ready to rise to new challenges, seize opportunities, deal with difficult situations, and take responsibility if and when things go wrong.

People with a healthy self-esteem do not need to prop themselves up with externals such as income, status, or notoriety, or lean on crutches such as alcohol, drugs, or sex.

To the contrary, they treat themselves with respect and take care of their health, community, and environment. They are able to invest themselves completely in projects and people because they do not fear failure or rejection.

Of course they suffer hurt and disappointment, but their setbacks neither damage nor diminish them.

Owing to their resilience, they are open to growth experiences and meaningful relationships, are tolerant of risk, quick to joy and delight, and are accepting and forgiving of themselves and others.
Enjoy your day!

Sunday, December 9, 2018

More rules for a happy marriage / relationship

Family Outing
Make Your Marriage a Priority
“Marriage is not a noun; it’s a verb. It isn’t something you get. It’s something you do. Its the way you love your partner every day.” ~ Barbara De Angelis

Stop looking at marriage as a thing and start thinking of it as part of you. Take care of it, nurture it and let it grow.

Express Your Love Daily
“The greatest weakness of most humans is their hesitancy to tell others how much they love them while they’re still alive.” ~ Orlando Battista

Be open with your expressions of love.

Savor the Good
“Marriage is like a fine wine, if tended properly, it just gets better with age.”

Appreciating and enjoying the good in your relationship attracts more good and your relationship becomes stronger and better.

Make Self-Care a Priority
“One of the greatest gifts you can give your partner is your own wholeness.” ~ Stormie Omartian

You can’t take care of your relationships if you aren’t taking care of yourself. Make it a priority.

Learn from the Past and Dream of the Future
“Marriage. It’s like a cultural hand-rail. It links folks to the past and guides them to the future.” ~ Diane Frolov

Find the lessons from the past and use them to help you shape your future.

Enjoy your day!
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Friday, November 30, 2018

Children of the Prairie

A month ago I visited the St. JOSEPH's Indian School in Chamberlain, South Dakota.. They do a marvelous job!

Educating Native American children in the traditional ways of their culture is one of the most important things we can do to keep their rich heritage alive. St. Joseph's Indian School is blessed to work with elders from South Dakota tribes and students' family members.

Together the Lakota (Sioux) children receive a hand-on experience to help them embrace their heritage in a real, contemporary way.

The St. Joseph's Indian School's mission is to educate children for life - mind, body, heart and spirit. Having an understanding of their cultural roots is an integral part of building success in all aspects of life.

Christmas Season is here! Please keep the Lakota boys and girls in mind during this happy time of year.

Please help! Go to

Enjoy your weekend!