Beach Walk 310 – New Heroes of Kindness

Taking time off, I’ve been catching up on some TV and have two new heroes: Cesar Millan and Eddie Murphy.

Both of these gentle men possess very loving and powerful energy. Cesar is a dog trainer and is known as the Dog Whisperer while Eddie Murphy is the comedian from Saturday Night Live, Beverly Hills Cop, Shrek, and so much more.

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Hawaiian words
Meʻe: hero
Aulike: treat with kindness

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  1. Gorgeous ocean shots today, wish I was there. We got another huge record snowstorm in NM and we are still digging out! Happy New Year to you Rox and S.C!

  2. Interestingly enough, the two energies you mentioned in Beach Walk #310 actually work together or perhaps balance each other. The energy of “grounding” and being aware of your own power and authority affords you to be able to be more kind to people…. or in the case of the Dog Whisperer… to animals. 🙂

    The less power people have, whether it’s personal power, power on the job or in a relationship, the more they feel they need to find ways to physically or verbally assert themselves. They also can’t afford to be kind, because they will feel easily led or pushed-over. Also, many times, people act the way they do in an attempt to convince THEMSELVES that they are who they say they are.

    The more power people have, the more confident they are that they are right and eventually, the other person will see things their way, so there’s no need to be belligerent. Since they actually ARE internally powerful, they only need to use a small percentage of their influence to achieve the desired results. On top of that, since they aren’t afraid of whomever they’re dealing with, there’s no impetus to subjugate that person. If the situation calls for more power, it will arrive and be dealt accordingly.

    The cases where this doesn’t work out are when people are so entertained by the fact that they have power in a situation that they abuse that power and bully people. It also doesn’t work for people with such low self-esteem that they can’t bring themselves to reach their true potential.

    Happy New Year Rox & S.C.
    Much Success for 2007! 😀

    ~Bill C.~

  3. I so agree with you on this Bill; you’ve mentioned a number of great examples. The harder part is growing the confidence to be so at peace in life. And with that, I swim into 2007!