Archive for January, 2012

January 30, 2012

Three rules of the millionaire’s thinking process

1. Do not complain
Don’t complain about stuff that you can’t or won’t do
anything about

2. Do not justify
Don’t justify your failures and shortcomings.

3. Do not blame shift
Don’t blame someone else for your situation in life.
Take charge, take responsibility and take action.

~From the book, “Mastering the Millionaire Mind”

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January 30, 2012

Thougts Words Action

Where our mind goes, there we go.

Three grand essentials to happiness in this life are
something to do,
something to love,
and something to hope for.
– Joseph Addison

They must often change, who would be constant in happiness or wisdom.
– Confucius

Life is like riding a bicycle.
To keep your balance you must keep moving.
– Albert Einstein

Take the time today to tell your friends the difference they have made in your life.
– Catherine Pulsifer

January 28, 2012

Won’t Ask for What You Don’t Have

God will never ask you for something that you don’t have.
He has already put it in you as a seed before He will ever
require it from you as a deed.
~Dr. Ron Cottle~

Love this quote! I don’t have to be perfect even though my human nature tells me so. I must admit it is hard to swallow even though it makes so much sense.

I had an interesting thought after reading it. Simply put I do the same with my children…
I do not expect more than I know they can handle; grace is given by allowing time to grow.
Learning that I make my relationship with God more complicated than it needs to be. I believe I need to ponder that thought for a while.

God Bless & have a GREAT Weekend!

January 24, 2012

Three Things

3 Things in life that once gone and never come back:
Time, words, opportunity.

3 Things in life that can destroy a person:
Anger. pride, un forgiven.

3 Things in life that you should never lose:
Hope, peace, honesty.

3 Things in life that are most valuable:
Love, Family & Friends, Kindness.

3 Things that are never certain:
Dreams, success, fortune.

3 Things that make a person:
Hard work, sincerity, commitment.

January 21, 2012

God’s Plan

Some things are beyond planning.
And life doesn’t always turn out as planned.
You don’t plan for a broken heart.
You don’t plan for a failed business venture.
You don’t plan for an adulterous husband
or a wife who wants you out of her life.
You don’t plan for an autistic child.
You don’t plan for spinsterhood.
You don’t plan for a lump in your breast.

You plan to be young forever.
You plan to climb the corporate ladder.
You plan to be rich and powerful.
You plan to be acclaimed and successful.
You plan to conquer the universe.
You plan to fall in love – and be loved forever.

You don’t plan to be sad.
You don’t plan to be hurt.
You don’t plan to be broke.
You don’t plan to be betrayed.
You don’t plan to be alone in this world.
You plan to be happy. You don’t plan to be shattered.
Sometimes if you work hard enough, you can get what you want.

But MOST times, what you want and what you get
are two different things.

We, mortals, plan. But so does God in the heavens.
Sometimes, it is difficult to understand God’s plans especially
when His plans are not in consonance with ours.

Often, when God sends us crisis, we turn to Him in anger.
True, we cannot choose the cross that God wishes us to carry,
but we can carry that cross with courage knowing that God will
never abandon us nor send something we cannot cope with.

Sometimes, God breaks our spirit to save our soul.
Sometimes, He breaks our heart to make us whole.
Sometimes, God allows pain so we can be stronger.
Sometimes, God sends us failure so we can be humble.
Sometimes, God allows illness so we can take better care of
ourselves. Sometimes, God takes everything away from us
so we can learn the value of everything He gave us.

Make plans, but understand that we live by God’s grace.

~Author Unknown~

January 19, 2012

6th Sense

This is so interesting & enlightening had to share.

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Ray

 

 
The 6th Sense
We all have gut feelings and the so-called “6th sense”.
Most of us fail to use those wonderful built-in tools nearly enough.We most often go by what we see and what we hear. We take people at face value

. However, when we really “listen” to our gut feelings, it’s amazing how much we can learn about others.

We don’t just hear with our ears and see with our eyes. We hear and see with our mind,

our spirit, our knowledge, wisdom, experience and our sense of any change that may be going on.

I we really “listen” to that voice within, we will see, we hear and we will sense a great deal.

 It takes practice to start to trust that voice from within. –RL

 

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