Love Your Brother; Lost and Found on New York Subway

Everywhere…people passing by other people without a word or an ounce of care.

People refusing to look each other in the eye or say hello with a genuine smile.

Daily strangers… side by side… filling transit cars; going the same places without seeing each other. We’re together, in separate worlds; texting, phoning, zoning ….ignoring face to face connections.

What do we risk by being aware; are we afraid of caring?  What happens if we break the silence?

We’re wading through life without even looking at each other.  How can we Love if we never open our eyes?

Look around, and meet your brother…..

Learning How to Love Others; Basic Steps

This week, you can start to change your life with simple actions

Be Attentive;

Notice people around you; make eye contact

Enjoy their uniquely individual faces and features

Smile with genuine care; say “hello” and mean it

Listen;

Hear the need to be valued, respected, and loved

“The most important thing in life is to learn how to give out love, and to let it come in.”

Morrie Schwartz (1916-1995)

Break the silence! Go ahead and leave a comment.

2 Responses to Love Your Brother; Lost and Found on New York Subway
  1. Jim McLellan
    May 4, 2011 | 7:23 pm

    Profound! It seems so simple! Are we in the dark ages or on the wrong planet? The most important word in every language and the least understood. You are right in the middle of the bulls-eye and I applaud your efforts. Come on world, be attentive, listen…
    time is running out for all of us. Without the real factors of Love, we have no future. You have IDENTIFIED AND ORGANIZED A TEMPLATE FOR LIVING! Best of Luck, there is no message more important in all the Universe!

  2. You’re Not Alone
    September 5, 2011 | 4:26 pm

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Love Your Brother; Lost and Found on New York Subway

Everywhere…people passing by other people without a word or an ounce of care.

People refusing to look each other in the eye or say hello with a genuine smile.

Daily strangers… side by side… filling transit cars; going the same places without seeing each other. We’re together, in separate worlds; texting, phoning, zoning ….ignoring face to face connections.

What do we risk by being aware; are we afraid of caring?  What happens if we break the silence?

We’re wading through life without even looking at each other.  How can we Love if we never open our eyes?

Look around, and meet your brother…..

Learning How to Love Others; Basic Steps

This week, you can start to change your life with simple actions

Be Attentive;

Notice people around you; make eye contact

Enjoy their uniquely individual faces and features

Smile with genuine care; say “hello” and mean it

Listen;

Hear the need to be valued, respected, and loved

“The most important thing in life is to learn how to give out love, and to let it come in.”

Morrie Schwartz (1916-1995)

Break the silence! Go ahead and leave a comment.

2 Responses to Love Your Brother; Lost and Found on New York Subway
  1. Jim McLellan
    May 4, 2011 | 7:23 pm

    Profound! It seems so simple! Are we in the dark ages or on the wrong planet? The most important word in every language and the least understood. You are right in the middle of the bulls-eye and I applaud your efforts. Come on world, be attentive, listen…
    time is running out for all of us. Without the real factors of Love, we have no future. You have IDENTIFIED AND ORGANIZED A TEMPLATE FOR LIVING! Best of Luck, there is no message more important in all the Universe!

  2. You’re Not Alone
    September 5, 2011 | 4:26 pm

    […] Related Article:  Love Your Brother […]

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Love Your Brother; Lost and Found on New York Subway

Everywhere…people passing by other people without a word or an ounce of care.

People refusing to look each other in the eye or say hello with a genuine smile.

Daily strangers… side by side… filling transit cars; going the same places without seeing each other. We’re together, in separate worlds; texting, phoning, zoning ….ignoring face to face connections.

What do we risk by being aware; are we afraid of caring?  What happens if we break the silence?

We’re wading through life without even looking at each other.  How can we Love if we never open our eyes?

Look around, and meet your brother…..

Learning How to Love Others; Basic Steps

This week, you can start to change your life with simple actions

Be Attentive;

Notice people around you; make eye contact

Enjoy their uniquely individual faces and features

Smile with genuine care; say “hello” and mean it

Listen;

Hear the need to be valued, respected, and loved

“The most important thing in life is to learn how to give out love, and to let it come in.”

Morrie Schwartz (1916-1995)

Break the silence! Go ahead and leave a comment.

2 Responses to Love Your Brother; Lost and Found on New York Subway
  1. Jim McLellan
    May 4, 2011 | 7:23 pm

    Profound! It seems so simple! Are we in the dark ages or on the wrong planet? The most important word in every language and the least understood. You are right in the middle of the bulls-eye and I applaud your efforts. Come on world, be attentive, listen…
    time is running out for all of us. Without the real factors of Love, we have no future. You have IDENTIFIED AND ORGANIZED A TEMPLATE FOR LIVING! Best of Luck, there is no message more important in all the Universe!

  2. You’re Not Alone
    September 5, 2011 | 4:26 pm

    […] Related Article:  Love Your Brother […]

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Love Your Brother; Lost and Found on New York Subway

Everywhere…people passing by other people without a word or an ounce of care.

People refusing to look each other in the eye or say hello with a genuine smile.

Daily strangers… side by side… filling transit cars; going the same places without seeing each other. We’re together, in separate worlds; texting, phoning, zoning ….ignoring face to face connections.

What do we risk by being aware; are we afraid of caring?  What happens if we break the silence?

We’re wading through life without even looking at each other.  How can we Love if we never open our eyes?

Look around, and meet your brother…..

Learning How to Love Others; Basic Steps

This week, you can start to change your life with simple actions

Be Attentive;

Notice people around you; make eye contact

Enjoy their uniquely individual faces and features

Smile with genuine care; say “hello” and mean it

Listen;

Hear the need to be valued, respected, and loved

“The most important thing in life is to learn how to give out love, and to let it come in.”

Morrie Schwartz (1916-1995)

Break the silence! Go ahead and leave a comment.

2 Responses to Love Your Brother; Lost and Found on New York Subway
  1. Jim McLellan
    May 4, 2011 | 7:23 pm

    Profound! It seems so simple! Are we in the dark ages or on the wrong planet? The most important word in every language and the least understood. You are right in the middle of the bulls-eye and I applaud your efforts. Come on world, be attentive, listen…
    time is running out for all of us. Without the real factors of Love, we have no future. You have IDENTIFIED AND ORGANIZED A TEMPLATE FOR LIVING! Best of Luck, there is no message more important in all the Universe!

  2. You’re Not Alone
    September 5, 2011 | 4:26 pm

    […] Related Article:  Love Your Brother […]

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