Life isn't fair, but it's still good.
Life is too short to waste time hating anyone.
Don't take yourself so seriously. No one else does.
You don't have to win every argument. Agree to disagree.
Make peace with your past so it won't screw up the present.
Time heals almost everything. Give time, time!
However good or bad a situation is, it will change.
Don't compare your life to others'. You have no idea what their journey is all about.
Molly K. Ross M.A., LPC, Executive Director
James L. Hall, Jr. Center for Mind, Body and Spirit
Dog Walk Tornado Benefit
Animals and humans alike can get their exercise in this weekend at the Strutt Your Mutt Dog Walk Benefit for May 20 Disaster Relief.
Breakfast and coffee will be served before the dog walk beginning at 7:30 a.m. Saturday, at The Sparkly Spot, a pet boutique located in Norman at 3770 W Robinson, Suite 116. The entry fee for the free walk is a bag of dog food, which will be donated to Annie's Ruff House.
Annie's Ruff House, Norman dog day care and boarding studio, has taken in several dogs displaced by recent tornadoes and is in need of extra food and supplies.
T-shirts will also be sold and all proceeds will go to Annie's Ruff House.
National Running Day is this week and Fleet Feet Sports in Tulsa is observing this holiday by hosting a free fun run and walk.
Runners of all levels can get their daily jog in at 6:15 p.m. Wednesday at Fleet Feet Blue Dome, 418 E 2nd St.
During the event, 15 percent of total sales will be donated to the American Red Cross Tornado Relief Fund.
Moore Love 5K/Walk
The Moore Love 5K is taking place at 7 p.m. Friday at Lake Hefner's Stars and Stripes Park.
Presented by DG Productions, a member of the Moore community spared by the May 20 tornado, 100 percent of the 5K's registration proceeds will benefit tornado relief.
Packet pickup will be from noon to 6 p.m. Thursday at Red Coyote Running and Fitness, 5800 N Classen. Packets can also be picked up Friday evening before the race kickoff. Registration is $15 per person.
In addition to the usual race snacks, Sean Cummings Irish Pub will be on site providing adult beverages.
To learn more, register or donate, visit signmeup.com/93136.
Bowl for free
Nationwide, more than 1,200 bowling centers will offer kids two free games of bowling every day.
The program is sponsored by the bowling alleys involved to increase interest in the sport.
To register your children, go online to www.kidsbowlfree.com.
Most centers limit the promotion to children 15 and under. The promotion does not include free shoe rental.
The following bowling centers in Oklahoma are participating in the promotion:
Imperial Lanes in Ardmore; Broken Arrow Lanes in Broken Arrow, Frontier Bowl in Cushing; Freedom Lanes in Duncan; Oakwood Bowl in Enid; Great Balls of Fire in McAlester; Green Country Lanes in Muskogee; Sooner Bowling Center in Norman; Heritage Lanes In Oklahoma City; Strikes Family Fun Center in Perry, Sahoma Lanes in Sapulpa; Frontier Lanes in Stillwater; Andy B's in Tulsa and Southwestern Lanes in Weatherford.
Compiled BY RACHAEL CERVENKA