Be Able To Provide 101

Instructor: Professor Munn
January 24, 2009


Hello all and Welcome to “Be able to Provide 101”. I hope you find this lecture very fulfilling and knowledgeable. We begin today by talking about…...what it means to provide.

Let us start with the basics. There are many ways to be a provider. Don’t get caught up into what someone else believes you should or shouldn’t be doing. Whether you are gainfully employed or not…You still can be a provider. No money??...give your time (ie: taking your child to the park or giving mom a few hours of peace). A provider is thoughtful and creative.

Let’s stop making excuses for the things we should be doing without being asked to do it. Self motivate yourself to make sure you are doing everything in “your means” to provide for your family regardless of money.

In closing, I would like to add that this is not an easy task. Outside forces will be against you, but if you do all that you can then your conscience will be clear and your efforts appreciated. Next step…find employment!

Be well and stay safe.

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Recognizing Your Faults 101

Instructor: Professor Jai
January 04, 2009


“Hello all and Welcome to Recognizing your faults 101. I hope you find this lecture veryfulfilling and knowledgeable. We begin today by talking about “Checking Self”.

Have you ever wondered why a specific thing always happens to you? Or why you may attract that same type of person all the time? You’ve chatted with your friends or family to try to make sense of it. Maybe you even prayed on it and asked God for an answer. You’ve probably heard a little and maybe ignored signs because you didn’t want to hear it. And this voice tells you, “maybe it’s me”. Well it might just be YOU. Admitting is the first step to checking yourself.

Don’t get me wrong, I’m not implying that you are the blame for everything that happens. If you see a pattern of the same thing happening too many times, it’s time to step back and take another look. Admitting your flaws can be a little difficult and maybe emotional and coming to terms about your flaws can be a bit much. After you admit it, then you Identify. This step should be done by yourself, although you may want to ask people for their input. Who knows you better than yourself? If you prefer you can make a list, an honest no hold bars list. After you make that list, throw it away; memorize the list. Throughout life you can’t always go back to that list to remind yourself what you need to do. Identifying will take you a moment. As I mentioned before it’s not easy, you may learn something about yourself you have been denying for a long time. After you identify, Accept. Remember, a perfect person doesn’t exist and everyone has their flaws. Accepting is telling yourself, “enough of the nonsense, I need to make me a better me”. This step shouldn’t bring you down. Its the opposite, it’s taking you higher.

Checking Yourself is an on-going task. The more you make a conscious effort, the more consistent you will be. And yes, this should be used for all aspects in your life. It’s all about taking a moment before you act. Will your flaws go away? Honestly some will and some won’t but the difference is you’re making an effort for them to cease and your finer qualities to shine.

Are there any questions or comments? Please raise your hand.


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