I've always loved the "underdog" and stories of the "underdogs" coming from behind to succeed in life and particularly in sports. Those stories always hold my interest and seem to be at the core of my emotional thread.
There was even a cartoon made that ran for ten years in the mid 1960's - 70's called Underdog. Do you remember the cartoon character, Underdog? Click on him if you want to see a brief intro. to the cartoon. This very brief synopsis of the cartoon came from the IMDb website: A shoe shine puppy transforms himself into a superhero every time Sweet Polly Purebread (a pretty TV reporter) gets in trouble.
As I remember the character, he was a very odinary goofy dog that really couldn't harm a fly or be much of anything. Then out of nowhere, when somebody was in distress, he would transform into a funny superdog who would save the day.
Exploring the Iceberg is a skill Monique and I have learned from Emotionally Healthy Spirituality (EHS). The life giving teaching comes out of the transforming work Pete and Geri Scazzero are doing in EHS. Specifically the skill, Exploring the Iceberg, can be learned through the small group material pictured here, titled Emotionally Healthy Skills 2.0.
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As I follow this emotional thread (Exploring the Iceberg) I'm finding it is rooted in joy, happiness and elation for the plight of the "underdog". Here is another emotion stirring moment for me out of Seattle Mariners history. Dave Niehaus, who I mentioned earlier makes the calls in 1995. Emotions are welling up inside me right now as I watch again and relive the memories. Enter into my world and enjoy frie
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