David Saks: Hug Somebody ! Now !

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Hug Somebody ! Now !

                                                  tiger hug

Times are tough.

Realtors are retiring their licenses.

Foreclosures are skyrocketing.

The news is awful.

Fearful.

Television and radio programs are decadent.

Society is full of excessive self-indulgence and moral decay.

Music is trashy and offensive.

Schools have become medium security prisons.

Free speech to our children has become the right to use four letter words.

Maybe it's time hug to someone ?

When times are toughest these are also the times when we need to be touched; not in the head, but in the heart, with love and consideration from our family, our neighbors and our colleagues.

When we feel the most unlovable, a hug makes it better.

Human beings have been know to die from the lack of touch.

Hugging is also a way to demonstrate approval and the love and respect we have for each other. Hugging is a powerful medium because it makes us feel accepted and that others care about us.

Hugs make us feel better when we're sad.

A hug is also a wonderful thing to bestow when we congratulate someone.

We connect and send a message expressing a favourable opinion about our loved ones and friends.

Be good to your neighbors.

Each of us is a coin in God's bank we call planet earth.

When we do good we increase the net worth of God's investment, and make the world a better place for all mankind.

Hugs to all in Active Rain, everywhere. -David-




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Comment balloon 22 commentsDavid Saks • June 14 2010 12:52PM

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David - a lot of what you say is so true - I think if I had young kids today I would either home school them or send them to a christian school.  The public schools can be really bad - in Las Vegas there are reports of kids at school with guns almost everyday - teachers have no control - but then they are not allowed to mention God in school either - hmmmmmmmmmm wonder if the 2 are related.

Posted by Mary Warren over 12 years ago

David,  I love the picture but I'm not sure I would be brave enough to hug a tiger!  I will find something more tame to hug! :)

Posted by Roberta LaRocca, REALTOR®, Broker, Salesperson, NV. Lic BS.507 (Simply Vegas Real Estate) over 12 years ago

Parents have tried to get vouchers to assist with private school payment.  Sad because the courts have ruled against vouchers.  Its a tough time to be a parent.

Posted by Sun City Grand Homes Surprise AZ Real Estate Leolinda Bowers Designated Broker Leolinda Realty, Sun City Grand in Surprise Arizona (Leolinda Realty) over 12 years ago

David, great idea and you're correct times are difficult.  It is amazing how fast we have gotten to this point in our society.

Posted by Tony & Darcy Cannon, The C Team (Aubrey and Associates Realty) over 12 years ago

Great reminder to hug the ones we love AND the ones we don't love so much!  We need to remember that we are all God's children and should love and respect each other.  Personally, I think the downfall of education and our society as a whole was the abolishment of capital punishment in schools.  That's when the teachers lost their authority and their control.  I'm not saying all kids need a spanking, or even that all bad kids need one.  I'm just saying that we need to have that option out there for our school teachers so the kids behave and can learn.  Because when we have no boundaries, we have no self-control.  And when we have no self-control, we have the decadent, immoral TV shows and movies and music that promote all sorts of self-destructive behavior because we don't love ourselves enough to stop it.  I'm talking about society as a whole, of course.  It's very frustrating being a parent right now.  I have two teenage daughters and a son.  It's a constant struggle to teach them good, moral, Christian behavior when they are constantly bombarded by the media with very different values.  And I don't censor them completely from the pop culture because they need to learn what is out there, how to deal with it and to censor themselves.  Thanks to David's blog, we have a reminder to love others and focus on the positive.

Posted by Pam Ghanaati (Metropolitan Real Estate) over 12 years ago

David what a nice post! I would love to hug a tiger but I will settle for hugging my children and grandchild, I am pro public schools and my city has good schools, as for tonight, I am giving you a            for such a good post!

 

Posted by Jean Powers, CRS,e-PRO,HAFA,SFR Broker, Northern California (Kane & Associates call 510.908.9002) over 12 years ago

David, I absolutely love the picture of the hugging tiger and appreciate the points you make.

Posted by Christine Donovan, Broker/Attorney 714-319-9751 DRE01267479 - Costa M (Donovan Blatt Realty) over 12 years ago

I had the feeling the tiger was making a decision of which part to eat first :)

Posted by Brett Noel (Keller Williams) over 12 years ago

David ~ Thanks so much for the great post. I am going to homeschool my daughter for her 10th grade year using a on-line accredited high school our state offers. Lots of reasons, but you touched on the big one - the whole prison atmosphere.

Tomorrow when i go to the gig I'm gonna hug our club owner. She's a great lady and i appreciate her a lot, so tomorrow a big hug for her. BTW - I did start to include the music in my blog, so far the response has been just what you said it would be, wonderful.

Posted by Heather Rankin, Lake Powell Real Estate (Rankin Realty at Lake Powell, LLC) over 12 years ago

David:  ((((( BIG HUG ))))) TO YOU AND EVERYONE IN THE RAIN! 

Posted by Jan Evett, Broker Associate, 20 years+ in real estate (The Premier Property Group LLC) over 12 years ago

Good to hear from you, Mary. The schools need a little help. Hope your having a great weekend. Big hug to you.

Posted by David Saks ((retired)) over 12 years ago

Sounds good, Roberta.  That old tiger is a big boy. Big hug....

Posted by David Saks ((retired)) over 12 years ago

Yes it is, Leolinda. Big hug...

Posted by David Saks ((retired)) over 12 years ago

Thank you, Tony and Darcy. Hope this is a great weekend for you. Big hug...

Posted by David Saks ((retired)) over 12 years ago

Thank you Pam, and a big hug to you.

Posted by David Saks ((retired)) over 12 years ago

Thank you, Jean...Big Hug....

Posted by David Saks ((retired)) over 12 years ago

I appreciate you, as well, Christine. Big hug....

Posted by David Saks ((retired)) over 12 years ago

Good thought, Brett. Maybe the guy was spoiled or too lean.... :-) Big hug...

Posted by David Saks ((retired)) over 12 years ago

Hi Heather....great to hear from you. Homeschooling can be wonderful and is in many urban communities. Hope your having a great weekend. Big hug....

Posted by David Saks ((retired)) over 12 years ago

Thank you, Jan, and thanks for the MEME...you're koolamariffic...Big hug...

Posted by David Saks ((retired)) over 12 years ago

Such an important post....thank you for sharing this.

Posted by Li Read, Caring expertise...knowledge for you! (Sea to Sky Premier Properties (Salt Spring)) over 10 years ago

Thank you, Li. (hugs)

Posted by David Saks ((retired)) over 10 years ago

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