Thursday, September 11, 2014


Often people attempt to live their lives backwards: they try to have more things, or more money, in order to do more of what they want so they will be happier. 
The way it actually works is the reverse. You must first be who you really are, then do what you love to do, in order to have what you want.
The formula for success is Be, Do, then Have. 

If we seek abundance, we must be abundant in spirit. 
We can begin to cultivate spiritual wealth by opening our hearts in gratitude.
Keep in mind what you are grateful for today. 
Each evening, write down at least 5 things for which you are grateful. 
Remember: Who does not thank for little will not thank for much.

Thursday, September 04, 2014

Why I blog

To write spiritually is to engage in a search for authentic language. 
You’ll find your truth by writing your way to it.
Who would allow you to totally ignore, abuse, laugh with, swear at, shed tears on, get angry at and be totally honest with him/her? 

Your blog does.

The positive thing about writing is that you connect with yourself in the deepest way, and that's heaven. 
You get a chance to know who you are, to know what you think. 

Most of all, you begin to have a relationship with your mind.

Wednesday, September 03, 2014

Work smart


"The whole secret of freedom from anxiety over not having enough time lies not in working more hours, but in the proper planning of the hours."
-- Frank Bettger

We need to commit time to doing the right things for ourselves, and only we can judge what's right for us. 

We need to clearly know what we want, and we need to believe we can have it. 

Having goals in mind, we can avoid the trap of busyness and get right down to business. 

Efficiency is not nearly as important as effectiveness.

For fulfillment, we need to take our lives off autopilot. 

We need to consciously decide what we will and will not do, moment by moment. 

We need to give ourselves the space, support and freedom to be proactive in choosing how we live each day.

"Learn to use ten minutes intelligently. It will pay you huge dividends."
-- William A. Irwin

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Tuesday, September 02, 2014

Life - downs and ups

Don't try to recreate peak experiences. 

Instead, just accept them as the gift that they are, and don't beat up on yourself for not being able to stay there. 

Because if you stayed there, they wouldn't be peak experiences. 

They would be normal, every day in time hum drum boring, experiences. 

So, savor the peak experiences and compliment yourself upon your achieving of them, and expect more of them, and leave everything else out of the equation

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