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Where is my self love?

In last Thursday’s Neighborly Conversations Dialogue Circle, we talked about very important topics such as: Trying to please everyone else. Not speaking out against situations that we dislike....

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Sleeping with the Enemy

In the previous Neighborly Conversations dialogue circle, “Maria” told us about a problem that was keeping her up at night: 36 years of marriage, a couple with grown children, a “common” husband (sexist, with a soldier’s voice)....

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When a Friend Leaves!

It’s so easy to say that someone died, but it takes more than a simple hug to cure it. Any attempts at speaking are inadequate, and their presence vanishes like fog in the wind. ...

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The Moment When YES Becomes NO MORE

There is a topic that keeps popping up in our Neighbourly Conversations dialogue circle, and it’s one that bothers us about our society as a human being, and even more so as a man. This problem is violence against women....

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There were two roads…I took them both . In peace

There is a famous poem by American poet Robert Frost where the narrator finds two roads in a forest and doesn’t know which to take. Both look pleasant, and he thinks that he could possibly walk along the road without choosing a future....

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Experience belongs to someone else, until it becomes your own

I’m telling you, I’ve done it before and it isn’t good for you!”  This small phrase, offered with love from parents to their children, grandparents to parents, or between friends, often contains a sense of helplessness and frustration. ...

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The First Love

Interesting topics come up every Thursday during the healing dialog circles of our Neighborly Conversations program. ...

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