My Wonderful and Wise Grandfather Ben and My Benjamin Garden
On this Sunday when many are celebrating Easter and PRETENDING to be loving, honest, caring people; attached is my beautiful, REAL Benjamin Garden. It looks better in person due to all the sunlight, which my Grandfather during his life, always attracted.
You too can learn from my wonderful, wise and very compassionate Grandfather Ben. He always took on his challenges with truthfulness and love, even when he needed to have his leg amputated. He set a wonderful example for others to follow if you were lucky enough to know him and spend time with him as I was.
Remember, as he always said;
“The Nazis could take everything from us but they could never take our good character and values so never give that up. Always fight for your rights and the rights of others who are unable to fight for themselves because if you give up your good character and values you have NOTHING.”
So set your goal and stick to it to be like my wonderful Grandfather Ben.
If you are not sure how to begin just START treating others as YOU want to be treated yourself AND remember you DESERVE to be happy. Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise or try to make you believe that you must SACRIFICE for them or a cause. This is just manipulation, abuse and sickness on their part. Rise above it by FOCUSING your mind and being like my wonderful Grandfather Ben.
I am getting ready to go to the Shakespeare show The Tempest and I hope you have nice plans for today too. I just love Los Angeles with all the fun, educational and cultural things to do and interesting people too.
As always, none of this is legal or any other advice, it is based upon my knowledge and experiences; many I learned from and shared with my wonderful Grandfather Ben.
By Sara Hassman, Parental Alienation Solutions, Founder;www.PAlienation.org
Parental Alienation Solutions: FYI, the show The Tempest Redux at the Odyssey Theatre in West Los Angeles is fabulous. If you can see it, I highly recommend it. It shows how madness and hate possessed some but love and understanding brought out their love.
Some were ignorant of their beautiful potential because they did not have FREEDOM to believe the truth and were not among people who could love and be kind.
Shakespeare makes the beautiful point in this play that what good is love which no one shares. So share your love by helping others which will help you too and make our world a better place too.