Archive from March, 2012
Mar 12, 2012 - Program    No Comments

Program in April

Join us on the month of April’s events – Honoring my Parents
1. SSB Program:
  • Support Group for Parents and Educators: First Saturday of the Month.
    • April 7 – What is your Family Constellation? (6 pm)
  •  Honor Your Parents Activities for Children and Teens
    • April 7 – Limits and Obedience
Location:  22 W Padonia Rd, Suite B-321, Padonia Plaza, –  Lutherville-Timonium, MD 21093-2226

 

2. SSVA Program:

  • Support Group for Parents and Educators: First Saturday of the Month.
    • April 4 – What is your Family Constellation? (7:30 pm)
  • Program Seeds of Change

Location:  4280 Henninger Ct, Suite I, Chantilly, VA 20151

 

3. Kardec Radio
  • Monthly talk show on Empowering Parents
  • April – Randy Cale, PsyD – “Empowering Parents”

Check it here: www.kardecradio.com

Mar 6, 2012 - Honor    1 Comment

Hello world!

Welcome to I Honor My Parents Campaign!

I Honor My Parents

 This campaign is a joint initiative of the Spiritist Society of Baltimore and Spiritist Society of Virginia in order to help the new generation in having appreciation  to those how care for them. It has the main purpose to encourage children/youth/adult to honor their parents and educators.

Please leave you comment/testimony about your Parents/Educators and receive a wristbands by mail.

 

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Write down how you have honored your parents and receive a wristband.

Mar 5, 2012 - Honor    12 Comments

Declaration of True Civilization

Declaration of True Civilization

  • Time has come when all needs to resume its order.
  • Society needs family and family needs parents.
  • Healthy parents, healthy children.
  • No more disrespect.
  • Let us rescue the concept of respect, deference, reverence to one another and especially to parents.
  • Children’s rights are most certainly a natural law of civilized society. But no true civilization exists without the self-evident familial foundation of honoring our parents.

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This is the foundation of the much needed campaign “I honor my parents”.  Neither parents are perfect, nor their children. Thus no perfecion can be demanded, but respect for each others’ rights and honor for others’ roles.

(By Mentor Joseph through the psychography of Vanessa Anseloni)

Write down how you have honored your parents and receive a wristband.