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Who we are
Blog4joy is a platform that is designed to bring about changes to humanity through it's informative and insightful blog. We literally want you to share our joy through this blog. We approach this personal changes three ways: via the mind, body and spirit. We will disseminate information that will touch on these 3 aspect of man so that he can live in a state of peace on a daily basis. Information alone will not bring change, but moreover the application of the information is the key to any successful and meaningful change. Man is born to thrive in a state of peace, over the ages this concept have change to live in a state of war that produce, famine, destruction, stress and ultimately death. As a result of this state and seeing the negative impact, we are compel to bring changes by living these changes, so that others may see our light and be impacted.
Why holistic Health
Many person today focus just on bringing the physical body on the external level into good shape, while neglecting the internal and mind. The truth is we need to make sure that all 3 aspect of man is healthy. Sometimes we get sick because of the way we think, even thou we exercise everyday. Stress for example can cause health problems, to much sugar can cause health problems. This is why all 3 aspect must go hand in hand this is what we will attempt to via the content we place on this site and blog page. Get your veg recipes, self improvement eBooks and thought of the day
About the Authors
I'm Al-Wali and along with my wife Karencia we share with you our life experiences . I've been a spiritual student for 20 years and Vegetarian for 15 years. Most of the content on this site will be based on our experiences. This by know means, mean that you must disregard your experiences, but to see how you can learn from yours and others.
The Dextify Response
When you’re in the middle of a difficult conversation and you’re being challenged, it’s so easy to dextify, Defend, EXplain and jusTIFY!
Of course, there’s a time to defend, explain and justify. But most often, dextifying is not the best response. It almost always sounds like you’re making excuses and it just digs you into a deeper hole.
So before you dextify, pause to consider a) if there is some truth to what the other person is saying, b) the most appropriate response. Maybe give a little explanation or say, “Thank you. I'll look into it.”