P.O.W. POW-er

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P.O.W. POW-er

Being a Prisoner of War (POW) can, in a spiritual and psychological sense, be in one’s mental state when she or he do not feel any options for being free. The mental and/or physical line there between The Road Less Traveled and isolationism can sometimes shift unknowingly based on what healthy ways of living one has, and one can fall into the trap of defeatism and melancholy if one’s house is not in order.

How to “POW!” one’s life with Positive Outward Works is an ability All can Choose to use to be happy, joyous and free when faced with being in an otherwise oppression set of conditions. Many documented accounts of POWs at, for example, Stalag 20-A and Fort VIII (Torun, Poland), and the International POW museum in Zagan, Poland and the USA national one in Andersonville, Georgia (among many other important sites) can allow apprentices in this program to build internal road to freedom and become “escape artists” of the very best kind.

How to know their choices when to go “fight or flight”, to know their “survival of the fittest” virtue, or how to avoid the trap of winning the battle but losing the war will are all developing theme in this family program. Each in their household or set of life choices will be challenged to identify within themselves that which others have written about and to find ways to relate to those who had gone before them and made it to their goal to LIVE.