The Survival Station’s E-zine
Issue #2 Jan. to March 2011
Copyright © 2011
Table of Contents
Welcome to Our Ezine p.2
Getting What You Want the Loving Way
A Loving Way to Recover From a Broken Romance
Exploration of Love and Happiness
Falling in Love
Love, Marriage and Avoiding Bitter Arguments
The Art of Survival
WELCOME TO OUR E-ZINE
By Mark Pierce
Charles, Libby and Mark Pierce
We hope that you enjoy our e-zine and share it with friends. Our mission is to bring you stories of interest and inspirational articles; to open the mind and heart to living a happier, more loving, more secure and productive life. Indeed, our entire website is devoted to overcoming obstacles, surviving the tough times and progressing forward. In this way we are a philosophical team all in the shadow of Charles Pierce, now 90 years old, who survived 6 terrifying years, enslaved by the Nazis and continued on to live a life of love and happiness. Our philosophy in fact is based on love and its qualities. While our “love philosophy” is quite manifold in its purpose and meaning, we believe that it is the basis for human joy and…human accomplishment.
Everyone after all desires—more than anything else—to love and to be loved; to be loving and lovable! Everything beyond this belongs to the workings and, for that matter, the values of the world. It is our quest to reveals ways of having the best of both worlds. That is, the interior world we call the self and the exterior world where we journey from one day to the next striving for peace and security.
In view of the above, I have created three basic realizations for you who have come to The Survival Station to contemplate:
1. It is never the mountain outside yourself that keep you from reaching your goals and being happy that you must cross. It is the mountain in your own head that you must cross to achieve your goals and happiness.
2. We all have the potential to achieve and that is the supreme gift of our humanity.
3. We are fundamentally a magnetic force. That is, as the old saying tells us, we reap what we sow…we repel or attract that which is outside ourselves by what we accept or reject inside ourselves.
My father, who endured unimaginable torture in his younger life, has in his own words, taught me these wisdoms and I hope they become as meaningful to you as they are to me.
In the meantime, enjoy our e-zine and remember to participate by sending us your true story. Remember part of the survival process is sometimes simply being able to express and share our challenges. When we do this, we invariably discover that we are not alone.
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