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You Are Either Part of the Problem 

or Part of the Solution

Rebekah Clark Dunlap

It has been said that there are two kinds of people in the world: (1) those who see a problem, define and describe the problem, complain about the problem, and finally become part of the problem; and, (2) those who look at the problem and immediately begin to search for a solution. For the person who focuses on the problem, life can seem like an uphill battle.  However, if you are among the solution seekers, life can present you with many exciting opportunities for growth. The choice of how you respond to life's situations is always up to you. The result? You are either part of the problem, or part of the solution!

It can be easy to become part of the problem. Anyone focusing on a number of conflicting facts and possible scenarios may perceive a dozen different reasons why something cannot be accomplished. It may require effort to discipline your mind to work on ways in which the problems can be solved.

Make a conscious effort to be a solution seeker. Remember, it doesn't take courage, genius, or effort to be a problem person. Becoming a solution seeker helps you feel good about yourself and more confident in your capabilities. It can also evoke feelings of admiration and respect from those around you. They can see you are a person who gets things done.
Through your positive, goal-oriented approach, you may even inspire others to a greater level of achievement.

Indian Prime Minister Jawaharial Nehru commented: "Crises and deadlocks, when they occur, have at least this advantage: They force us to think!"

Notes and Thoughts By W. G. Black Ph.D. - Founder of Gakati'yi

"It is often better not to see an insult than to avenge it." Seneca 4 B.C. - 65 A.D.

This profound and most important quote was present on one of my emails recently. I had been studying A Course in Miracles with special reference to perception, projection and the process by which we make our own reality. I was struck by the fact that this quote by a contemporary of Jesus, expressing so clearly and beautifully what Jesus taught, appeared at the same time I was studying it in the Course.
Here is a statement from the Course that corresponds so closely to Seneca's wisdom. Let us keep in mind that he had great survival skills in political life. "Projection makes perception. The world you see is what you gave it, nothing more than that. But though it is no more than that, it is not less. Therefore, to you it is important. It is the witness to your state of mind, the outside picture of an inward condition. As a man thinketh, so does he perceive. Therefore, seek not to change the world, but choose to change your mind about the world." Text, p. 415 
I think that one of Jesus's least popular teachings was, "Resist not evil, but overcome evil with good." It seems safe to say that Jesus and this teaching have not gone over very well with the military industrial complex of which Dwight D. Eisenhower warned us as he was leaving office. In general it appears that the human race believes that anger (revenging insults included) will bring us what we want, and love will not bring us what we want and/or love is too weak to bring us what we want. Thus, the choice for anger over love is made endlessly all over our planet. Just this past week the Supreme Court "gave more power to the police" in their ruling. The good news is it was a very close vote, 5 to 4. The bad news is that the outcome and the victory are the same regardless of the closeness and quality of the vote. Part of the good news may be that this one will awaken more of us to the "creeping tyranny of police state consciousness" which Seneca and Jesus taught us to avoid and to choose love and peace instead. 
Try to imagine how many wars on Earth would not have transpired if just this one sentence by Seneca had been honored by everyone who decided to feel insulted and then avenge it. Pretty heavy thought?
We do have choices about the future. "Let there be peace on Earth, and let it begin with me." Let us resolve to "change our mind" about the world, knowing that will also change the world. Let us become master of our thoughts. We can rise to love and acceptance of insults rather than lowering ourselves to "an insult for an insult." Vision sees healing, chooses it and sets about to bring it to reality. Judgment sees avenging and revenge and promises satisfaction through getting mad and "getting even."  Jesus' life was concluded by crucifixion. Seneca was ordered to commit suicide. It is reported that he faced death "with fortitude and composure." Their lives and deaths, their teachings and Seneca's own writings have surely affected us deeply and for the better. It is said, for example, that Seneca was influential upon Shakespeare. 
"You have heard that it was said, "An eye for an eye, and a tooth for a tooth. But I say unto you, love your enemies and pray for those that spitefully use you." The Kingdom of Heaven is surely within us when we can resist the temptation to return attack for attack.

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Andrea Thompson

Dannion Brinkley

Child Advocate, Actress - NYPD Blue (Detective Kirkendall) JAG and Babylon 5, News Anchor/Reporter for CNN.  "As a mother I thought I  had taught my son everything he needed to know to stay safe  from abduction and crime.   But, I was wrong. My lifelong dream is to see all children grow up safe and happy in a world that cherishes  and protects innocence." - Andrea Thompson  Activist and best-selling author of Saved By The Light and At Peace in The Light.  "The quickest way to change the world is to be of service to others.  Show that your love can make a difference in the lives of people..."  - Dannion Brinkley

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The Ambassador's Challenge 2001-2002


      In 1990 the Good Knight Campaign began a legendary tradition.  We searched for two individuals who had served the world and Her children with true love and understanding.  We then asked that they stand as Godparents to all Good Knight children that the charity had reached to date.  In 1990 the Godparents were Sir Edward-Michael, The Blue Knight, co-creator of the Good Knight effort and actress/author/child advocate Jane Seymour.  Over the years some pretty impressive Godparents have come forward such as the likes of Sir Willard Scott, Lady Cheryl Ladd, Sir Edward James Olmos, Sir Ted Danson, Native American activist and actor, Sir Russell Means, First daughter, Lady Chelsea Clinton, Sir Efraim Zimbalist, Jr., U.S. Senator and Mrs. Tom Lantos (CA), U.S. Representative Albert Wynn (MD) and the late Sir Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr.  To date, with the help of these courageous goodwill ambassadors, The Campaign has reached over 5 million families throughout the United States and Canada.  Since the effort began in 1985, it has been presented with countless awards, proclamations and citations.  We finished the millennium off by receiving the coveted President's Service Award Silver Medal for reducing crime and violence against children.  


    As Godparents we embrace the effort to teach children of the world how to stop crime and violence in their schools and communities through presentations of Good Knight positive, peer mentoring programs.  As part of the program, audiences are formally knighted and asked to go out into their communities and teach what they have learned to others.  In order to do so with any positive effect, each child/volunteer needs a personal copy of the Good Knight, "ABC's of Protection," video.  With the video, The Campaign is assured that the quality of the message is maintained and many more people can benefit from a single video. 

    This year our goal is to reach one million volunteer-presenters by Christmas 2001 who will go out and teach the program to others.  Since the bulk of these volunteers will be schoolchildren, we ask that you help us distribute one million free safety videos by donating the cost of shipping and handling, US$7.25.  Since January 1, 2001, Good Knight presenters have reached over 31,000 children who wish to volunteer. Unfortunately, we have only been able to distribute 1,200 videos for lack of financial support.  We ask that you consider supporting at least one Good Knight Volunteer this year.  Let's give the children a chance to save the world and learn to live in peace.  Thank You!

 With hopes of a brighter future,

Lady Andrea Thompson and Sir Dannion Brinkley  

Good Knight Campaign 
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I have had cause to reflect recently on this thing called “love” and what it means to me.  There are many “messengers” of love in the world today…folks who speak and write about love…people who sell love on the television, the radio, the internet. Individuals who exhort us to love ourselves, love others, love the world, and who themselves proclaim love to everyone in a grand, celestial, super-love kind of way.  There is a lot of talk about “feeling good” about yourself and others.  In fact, there are countless books and tapes, and a myriad of products available to help one achieve this “feeling” or state of love.

I have a different perspective.  I don’t believe love is about feeling…it is not a celestial “high”…a warm glow…a transient euphoria.  In fact, real love sometimes does not feel good at all.

I have been privileged in half a century of life to witness love…to stand in awe in the presence of love so deep that it profoundly changes the world in ways we may never fully realize or understand. 

I would like to share some of the faces of love, as I have seen it.

 Love is a man or woman caring for a spouse with Alzheimer’s disease…holding on to the person they know and love in the face of exhausting physical labor and heartbreaking mental anguish…day after day, year after year. 

Love is a son or daughter, spouse or friend who puts their own life on hold to care for a loved one who is dying…the person who is there twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week…who feeds, baths, soothes, turns, changes, medicates, and performs the endless, repetitive tasks of “caring” for one who can no longer care for themselves.

Love is the parent, or grandparent, of a physically or mentally handicapped child who cherishes that child and takes on the responsibility of protecting, nourishing, and caring for that child.  The one who advocates tirelessly for that child day after day, year after year, in the harsh and unaccommodating world of people who do not understand.

Love is the immigrant parent who works two minimum-wage, menial jobs…every day, every week, year after year…so that his or her sons and daughters can go to school in American and get the education that will make it possible for them to become fully-participating American citizens and realize the American dream.

Love is American men and women in uniform…police officers and firefighters who put their lives on the line daily to provide peace and security for others.  It is military enlistees who give up their individual freedom in the service of their country…men and women who are willing to leave their friends, families and loved ones to go wherever they are sent,  to do whatever the government asks them to do.

These are just a few of the many faces of love.  Love is not a feeling…it is not words.  It is not a state of being or a celestial experience.  Love is how we choose, every day, to walk in the world.  Sometimes love is the hardest thing we ever have to do. 

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1. Flexibility training helps improve range of motion and reduces stiffness in affected joints, particularly the early morning stiffness often associated with arthritis.


2. Cardiovascular exercise, especially a low impact exercise like taichi or even walking, not only improves overall fitness, but also helps reduce the psychological and emotional pain that often accompanies arthritis.


3. TaiChi strengthens muscles and improves mobility, which makes it easier to perform activities of daily living. The easier these activities are, the more active one is likely to be overall.


4. Weight bearing exercise such as taichi, positively affects bone mass, helping to reduce the risk of developing osteoporosis, a degenerative bone disease that is often seen in people with arthritis due to reduced activity.


5. Arthritis can negatively affect posture, balance and coordination, all of which may be improved with a regular taichi exercise program.


6. Excess weight places additional strain on the joints, so maintaining a healthy weight is important for those with arthritis. Along with a sensible diet, taichi can aid in weight management.


7. TaiChi has been proven to help manage stress, which can take it's toll on the whole body, including the joints.


8. Because it is a chronic, degenerative disease, arthritis can often cause people to become depressed and develop a poor self image. People who exercise, however, tend to feel better about themselves, have less depression and possess a more positive outlook.


9. Painful joints can make getting a good night's sleep difficult, if not impossible. A regular taichi exercise program has been shown to improve sleep patterns and may help alleviate this problem.


10. Because arthritis often leads to a more sedentary lifestyle, individuals with this disease often increase their risk of developing other deadly diseases, such as heart disease or diabetes. Staying active and exercising regularly helps offset the effects of arthritis and lessens the risk of developing some other lifestyle-related diseases.

A little TaiChi everyday goes a long way!

Guidelines: After getting the go ahead from your doctor start with 10-20 minutes of taichi exercises that strengthen, stretch and work range of motion. Add 15-60 minutes of taichi movements (or other low impact aerobic exercise) 3 times a week. Start out slowly and gradually increase intensity or repetitions over time, but never exercise to the point of pain. Adapt the techniques to fit your situation to achieve your goals of more mobility, less pain and a happier life!

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