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Start:May 27, 2020
Goal: this Cognitive Trail will improve the ability to move on and gain something much better (Justice).
'Justice' is part of The Next Step series designed to as a personal nav system with step-by-step guidance for teens and young adults who've ... Read More
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Injustice is something most of us can relate to. At one time or another we've been bullied (or worse), taken advantage of, lied to, lied about, discriminated against, judged, misunderstood...the list goes on.
It happened. It felt ugly. It was ugly. Now what do we do about it?
While there are many forms of injustice, we'll examine a few in this series.
To begin, go to the 'video' icon above and watch two clips from 'The Shawshank Redemption'.
There's a one-word clue in the first scene meant to show us how to move beyond injustice, focusing instead on the life we still have to live.
Tell us how the clips made you feel when you've finished.
Hope. It's foundational for life.
We think that Morgan Freeman's character, Red, was a little off when he said hope would be the death of a person.
On the contrary, we think it would be death NOT to have hope.
On a scale of 1 to 10 with 10 being the highest, how would you rate your level of hope?
That's enough for today.
Your assignment is to do something fun, something positive that makes you feel alive and free and hopeful.
*listen to songs that make you want to rock out
*dance like a maniac and sing as loud as you can
*go for a walk or hike
*text an encouraging friend
*buy yourself an ice cream - and buy one for the person standing behind you
What's your 'something fun'?
Before you exit, you need to be aware that 'Justice' runs for 21 days without breaks for weekends or holidays.
If you post to Publisher (us) at the bottom of the page, check your Day Plan for responses.
If you'd like to interact with others on this trek, feel welcome to join a Next Step digital community (Campfire), nationwide team (Campsite) and/or (Campground), which is JP's international group of teens and young adults who are on this trek with you.
Post your email address in the last open space on the page. Let us know what city and state you live in and if you want to be placed in the same group as someone you know.
You'll receive an invite from isodoit.com. Click on the link. You're in.
If you're reading this from another site, then you'll have to sign in and create an account to be able to post comments and save your responses.
Will you commit to show up each day, do your steps, and be honest with your answers?
See you tomorrow!
Go have fun!
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