Pyramide des besoins, par Aulida Valery

5.- Accomplissement personnel (morale, créativité, résolution des problèmes…)
4.- Estime (confiance, respect des autres et par les autres, estime personnelle)
3.- Besoins d’appartenance et affectif (amour, amitié, intimité, famille, sexe)
2.- Besoins de sécurité (du corps, de l’emploi, de la santé, de la propriété…)
1. -Besoins physiologiques (manger, boire, dormir, respirer)
[Abraham Maslow]

Understanding time, by Aulida Valery

Dear readers:
We are closer 7 Milliards humans on planet Earth, how many of you understanding the Power one minute? How many time you don’t know what do to with your time?
I found this text about time. Read it! It’s will be a good help.

Thanks,

Imagine there is a bank account that credits your account each morning with $86,400. It carries over no balance from day to day.
Every evening the bank deletes whatever part of the balance you failed to use during the day. What would you do? Draw out every cent, of course?

  • Each of us has such a bank. It’s name is TIME.
  • Every morning, it credits you with 86,400 seconds.
  • Every night it writes off as lost, whatever of this you have failed to invest to a good purpose.
  • It carries over no balance. It allows no over draft. Each day it opens a new account for you. Each night it burns the remains of the day.
    If you fail to use the day’s deposits, the loss is yours. There is no drawing against « tomorrow. »
    You must live in the present on today’s deposits. Invest it so as to get from it the utmost in health, happiness and success!
    The clock is running!! Make the most of today.

  • To realise the value of ONE YEAR, ask a student who failed a grade.
  • To realise the value of ONE MONTH, ask a mother who has given birth to a premature baby.
  • To realise the value of ONE WEEK, ask the editor of a weekly newspaper.
  • To realise the value of ONE HOUR, ask the lovers who are waiting to meet.
  • To realise the value of ONE MINUTE, ask a person who just missed a train.
  • To realise the value of ONE SECOND, ask someone who just avoided an accident..
  • To realise the value of ONE MILLISECOND, ask the person who won a silver medal at the Olympics..
  • Treasure every moment that you have! And treasure it more because you shared it with someone special, special enough to spend your time with. And remember time waits for no one.

    Yesterday is history. Tomorrow is a mystery. Today is a gift. That’s why its called the present.

    From the Desk of your Best Friend

    Sadako Sasaki, [Histoire de Paix], vu par Aulida Valery

    Mesdames, mesdemoiselles, messieurs,

    Pour débuter l’année 2012 sous le signe de la paix, je vais assisté au documentaire de Sadako Sasaki à la bibliothèque et archives Nationales du Québec. Ce documentaire porte le nom de: Sadako, un récit de paix. Et, va débuter à 14:00 [Heure de l’est]. Il va me rester encore 3 billets gratuits.

    Mes recherches sur Sadako Sasaki:
    Sadako Sasaki (en japonais 佐々木 禎子 Sasaki Sadako), fillette japonaise née le 7 janvier 1943 et morte le 25 octobre 1955 à l’âge de douze ans d’une leucémie due à la bombe atomique d’Hiroshima. Elle est devenue depuis avec la grue en papier un symbole pour la paix.
    Le 6 août 1945 à 8h15 du matin, la première bombe atomique explosa environ 580 mètres au-dessus du centre ville d’Hiroshima au Japon. En l’espace de quelques secondes la ville fut réduite à l’état de décombres au milieu d’une plaine écorchée. De nombreuses vies furent détruites ce jour-là. Sadako avait alors deux ans et se trouvait à deux kilomètres du lieu de l’explosion. Alors que la plupart de ses voisins furent tués, Sadako ne fut pas blessée ou ne sembla pas l’être.
    Jusqu’en 1954 elle ressemblait à une petite fille normale et joyeuse. Bonne élève, elle passa une enfance sans problème majeur, grandit normalement et se lança dans la course à pied de compétition.
    Cependant, en 1954, après un relais où elle avait aidé son équipe à gagner, elle se sentit extrêmement fatiguée et sa tête commença à tourner. Les vertiges passant, Sadako pensa qu’ils n’étaient causés que par la fatigue, mais ce n’était pas le cas. Dès lors de plus en plus d’incidents se produisirent. Plus tard les vertiges furent tels qu’elle tomba et ne put se relever. Ses camarades de classe appelèrent la maîtresse qui contacta ses parents. Ces derniers l’emmenèrent à l’hôpital de la Croix-Rouge où on diagnostiqua une leucémie (une forme de cancer des cellules sanguines), le « mal de la bombe atomique » auquel peu survivaient à cette époque. [Wikipedia.org]

    La meilleure amie de Sadako, Chizuko, lui raconta l’ancienne légende japonaise des 1000 grues et lui apporta un origami. Selon celle-ci, quiconque confectionne mille grues en origami voit un vœu exaucé. Sadako s’attela dès lors à la tâche, espérant que les dieux, une fois les mille grues pliées, lui permettraient de guérir et de recommencer la course à pied. La famille de Sadako s’inquiétait à son propos. Ils venaient souvent lui rendre visite à l’hôpital pour lui parler et l’aider à faire les origamis. Après qu’elle eut plié 500 grues, elle se sentit mieux et les médecins dirent qu’elle pouvait rentrer chez elle pour quelque temps, mais après moins d’une semaine elle se sentit de nouveau mal et dut retourner à l’hôpital.
    Elle confectionna au total 644 grues de papier. Elle mourut le 25 octobre 1955 à l’âge de douze ans. Elle avait plié ses grues avec tout le papier qu’elle pouvait trouver, jusqu’aux étiquettes de ses flacons de médicament.
    L’histoire de Sadako eut un profond impact sur ses amis et sa classe. Ils finirent de plier les 1000 grues et continuèrent cette activité afin de collecter de l’argent en provenance des écoles japonaises afin de construire une statue en l’honneur de Sadako et de tous les enfants frappés par la bombe.

    J’écrirai la paix sur tes ailes et tu voleras à travers le monde. ».-Sadako Sasaki



    Sadako était née pour courir. Sa maman aimait dire que Sadako savait courir avant de marcher…
    Ce matin d’août 1954 au Japon, Sadako est à peine habillée qu’elle sort déjà dans la rue en courant. Le soleil levant fait miroiter des reflets cuivrés dans sa chevelure noire. Aucun nuage ne vient assombrir le ciel bleu. « C’est bon signe », se dit Sadako qui ne cesse de guetter le moindre présage »

    Que la paix soit fait partie de nos quotidiens. Allez dans les bourgs, dans les villages, dans les grandes villes et parlons de la paix.

    Dans le phénomène d’Happiness, nous avions pensé à faire usage du mot : [PAIX], [PEACE]. Dans la division d’Attitude qui se définit selon notre vision et philosophie de vie: Love, Peace, Freedom.

    Aulida Valery, Fondateur de Multicoaching
    Visionnaire du Phénomène d’Happiness
    Montréal, Québec, Canada, Amérique du Nord, Terre
    14 Janvier 2012

    Happiness, Prosperity and Peace, by Aulida Valery

     »Being happy doesn’t mean you’re perfect. It just means you’ve decided to look beyond the imperfections. ».-K.B Indiana (age 14)

    If virtue promises happiness, prosperity and peace, then progress in virtue is progress in each of these for to whatever point the perfection of anything brings us, progress is always an approach toward it.’.- Epictetus

    All social users can become happier by reading a daily quotes from the page of Happiness:

    Happiness, Prosperity and Peace, by Aulida Valery

    Happy New Year 2012, by Aulida Valery, Kolo Positivo

    To all my friends, my family, my social Medias friends, my friends of fans Happiness Phenomenal. I am so happy to have you in my life; I want to know life wasn’t easy to all of us.
    I am praying for people in Haiti, in Egypt, in Syria, in Israel, in Morocco, in Somalia, in Libya, in Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran, USA, Canada, all others country in the world. I love you all.
    Let’s take this year 2012 to attract Love, Peace and Freedom.

    We believe in Happiness of people, there are multiple way to get it. Since 2008, we were using positive thinking to exchange with you in social media. Happiness: Aptitude, Attitude, Altitude.

    January 1st, 2011 and Sunday, January 1st, 2012 is 365 days.
    This is my word for you… I found it on the Web:

    Life I am the New Year.
    I am an unspoiled page in your book of time.
    I am your next chance at the art of living.
    I am your opportunity to practice what you have learned about life during the last twelve months.
    All that you sought and didn’t find is hidden in me,
    waiting for you to search it out with more determination.
    All the good that you tried for and didn’t achieve
    is mine to grant when you have fewer conflicting desires.
    All that you dreamed but didn’t dare to do, all that you hoped but did not will,
    all the faith that you claimed but did not have —
    these slumber lightly, waiting to be awakened
    by the touch of a strong purpose.
    I am your opportunity
    to renew your allegiance to Him who said, « behold, I make all things new. »
    I am the new year.-  »Author Unknown

    Get ready for 2012:

    Aulida Valery, Kolo Positivo
    Montreal, Quebec, Canada
    December 30th, 2011

    Receptivity, by Aulida Valéry, Kolo Positivo

    December 28th, 2011
    Montreal, I was very curious to learn and share with you. This is what I found by making search on the Web:
    Receptivity: Part of Speech:noun
    Definition: openness
    Synonyms: acceptance, broad-mindedness, impartiality, interest, observance, open-mindedness, receptiveness, responsiveness, tolerance, understanding.
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    From the book [you can get it free online: THE YI JING, OR “BOOK OF CHANGES
    A VERY BRIEF OVERVIEW
    There is no doubt that the Yi jing  »Classic of Changes, »sometimes known as the Zhou yi [“Changes of the Zhou Dynasty,” or “Revolving Changes”], or just called the Yi) is the product of a long tradition of divination lore; there is doubt about most everything else.
    Receptivity: Primal; penetrating; beneficial; the steadfastness of the mare. The junzi undertakes action; he is first lost and later gains his end. He takes benefit as foremost. West and south he gains his friend; east and north he loses his friend. To be at ease with steadfastness is auspicious.
    The Judgment says: Ultimate is the primal quality of Receptivity. The things of the world find their sources therein, and it receives Heaven compliantly. Receptivity is deep and bears all things. Its grace is embracing without limits. It holds vastness and its brilliance is great. All types of things penetrate through.
    – “The mare” is of the category of earth; it travels the earth without limits. It is flexible in its compliance, and in this way benefits through steadfastness.
    – “The junzi undertakes action; he is first lost”: straying from the Dao; later he is compliant and gains the eternal.
    – “West and south he gains his friend”: he travels with his type. “East and north he loses his friend”: yet in the end he will have blessings.
    – The auspiciousness of “at ease with steadfastness”: responding to the earth without limits.
    The Greater Image says: The disposition of earth is Receptivity. The junzi thereby deepens his virtue and bears things.
    Initial Six: Treading frost; the solid ice will come.
    Lesser Image: “Treading frost.” The yin is first congealing. Following forward on this Dao, reaching the solid ice.
    Six in the Second Position: Straight; square; great; without practice, nothing without benefit.
    Composed of the trigrams
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    Lesser Image: The motion of Six in the Second Position is straight by means of the square. “Without practice, nothing without benefit”: the Tao of the earth is brilliant.
    Six in the Third Position: Withholding the emblem; able to be steadfast. Perhaps following after the king’s affairs. Without completion yet with an end.
    Lesser Image: “Withholding the emblem; able to be steadfast.” Emerging with timeliness. “Perhaps following after the king’s affairs.” Wisdom bright and great.
    Six in the Fourth Position: Tie the sack. No blame; no praise.
    Lesser Image: “Tie the sack. No blame.” Careful not to do harm.
    Six in the Fifth Position: Yellow skirts. Primally auspicious.
    Lesser Image: “Yellow skirts. Primally auspicious.” The pattern is within.
    Topmost Six: Dragons war on the plains; their blood is black and yellow.
    Lesser Image: “Dragons war on the plains.” Their Dao is exhausted.
    Action by Six: Beneficial to be ever steadfast.
    Lesser Image: Action by Six: “Beneficial to be ever steadfast.” End by means of greatness.

    Receptivity, by Aulida Valéry, Kolo Positivo