“We are all in the world together and so we must work together for the benefit of the whole in order for all of us to coexist in balance and harmony.”- Joan Marie Whelan
design your outcome
As we are approaching the New Year, isn’t it time to let go of the past and start over again? I have been observing how many people are taking a chance and making changes in their lives that most likely will bring forth greater meaning and purpose for them in this upcoming New Year.
I remember the time when I listened to a news report discussing the prank call from the two Australian radio personalities who impersonated the Queen of England so that they could receive information about the hospitalized Princess. The woman nurse who answered the call from the pranksters killed herself over this matter; most probably because she felt as though she betrayed the dignity of her profession and the possible endangerment of the Princess. How sad! The lesson learned here is that everything has a consequence. Some may think that this is simply silliness at play or that they
I have learned in my life that there are numerous layers to our doubts and fears. When I have successfully tackled some of my doubts and fears, I have grown in leaps and bounds but then, new layers appear that seem to choke my progress. I do not believe that we will be 100% free of doubt or fear and maybe that is a good thing because we also need to keep in check our defense mechanism and use our common sense to stay safe and avoid dangerous situations as we tr
I, for one, have been impatient more often than none in my life. My expectations to receive something more than I already have has often frustrated me and caused me to be annoyed with my situation and myself.
Our blessings are all around you yet, too often; we all seem to settle for what amounts to a limited mindset placed in front of us. We become conditioned to just settle in our lives, which in truth is a slave mentality. To believe that you have no choice and need to have others, including the government, take care of you and tell you what to do is exactly what the slaves did.
Franklin D. Roosevelt said at his first Inaugural Address, "...the only thing we have to fear is fear itself." This statement is so true in so many ways.