What's For Dinner?
Make dinner time, family time!
Mind-stretching brain games and conversation starters. It's the perfect opportunity for sharing stories, building knowledge, strengthening character, and having fun!
I would say with certainty that someone has caused you pain at some time in your life. It may have been unintentional or deliberate. The question is, have you forgiven the person who hurt you and put the past into the past or are you still carrying around feelings of resentment? The ability to offer forgiveness is vital to mental health and happiness.
The easiest way to find forgiveness is to assign a motive to the actions that caused you pain. Recall a time when you got angry or upset by someone else's words or actions. Why do you think they said or did that? Perhaps they were tired, jealous, thoughtless, careless or well-meaning.
Remember, you don't have to continue to associate with a person who has wronged you, just consider, they've probably forgotten the incident a long time ago! Time for you to let go as well.
In time it will heal.
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Donate unused items
Player one names a familiar game (or sport) and identifies a particular piece of equipment that is used in that game. Player two names a different game that uses the same (or similar) piece of equipment and then names a different item required for the second game. Player three continues the chain.
Note: It is okay to use the same piece of equipment again during the game, lots of games use balls for example, but each new game must be unique. How long of a chain can you build?
My game uses a ball and a net.
Can you solve
Alex's Mystery Picture?