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Lashon Hatov…

 I wore this on my arm a week ago Sunday at the Portland Half Marathon.  My tribe member consists of four amazing women who I call my friends.  I thought of these four throughout the run (seemed like 1o miles of hills, oy!) and this past sabbath at temple Rabbi Sally spoke of something I had not heard before.  She called it Lashon Hatov which translates to mean: good speech, not so much as to give compliments, but finding good things to say about other people on a regular basis.

I think practicing Lashon Hatov is something we all should strive for.  It is so easy to pick up on negative conversations and to speak poorly of others.  I am setting a goal to practice Lashon Hatov and may the words of my mouth be a gift to those who hear it.

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Tammy L. Coia is an AWA Affiliate, certified to lead workshops in the AWA method as described in Writing Alone & With Others by Pat Schneider, Oxford University Press.


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