Patience is allowing someone to be imperfect. Patience gives us the freedom to let go of our need to be right all the time. It is a huge character trait that may well be the difference between leaving a positive legacy and leaving a negative one.
By living your life one day at a time, you live all the days of your life.
Nothing is really over…until the moment you stop trying.
Don’t dismiss your Dreams. To be without dreams is to be without hope.
There is no tragedy like the tragedy of the unopened gift.
You see the person you could have become but did not; you never followed your calling; you never got out of the boat.
Those passionately engaged in life refuse to be denied the use of their gifts.
“Christmas is always ours to grasp as long as we have hands to clasp,” (Seuss).
“The higher joy is not the light, it’s the reflection. The greater pleasure is not climbing up; it’s handing down,” Bruce Feiler, author of The Council of Dads.
For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.
…..just remember that in the traffic jam, you are actually ahead of someone else who is waiting for YOU to move before he/she can make progress.
Here are the keys to independence and the NEW American Dream!
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HOW to Get a (NEW) Life
In January 2006, How Opal Mehta Got Kissed, Got Wild, and Got a Life by Indian-American Kaavya Viswanathan hit the book stores. Little, Brown & Company, the oldest and most prestigious of American publishers cut a deal with Viswanathan. At age 17, she was the youngest writer the agency had ever taken and she received […]