accomplishment I am willing to declare. . . hummm. . . that is a very
interesting way to say you get what you focus on, and all those similar things
about getting what you want or going after what you desire. I like it. It has a
more profound ring to it. I can have whatever accomplishment I am willing to
declare. It just feels right.
funny that I sat down tonight and found this quote after thinking within the
last couple hours about my business partner and how he is good at golf. I'm not,
but it isn't because I'm not athletic enough, smart enough or any other reason
except that I haven't declared being good at golf, or frankly, even all that
interested in golf. I certainly could be good at golf assuming I declared it and
allowed it in.
got me thinking about so many other things that I might have saw others doing
and me not doing. In the long gone past I might have thought they were fortunate
and I was unfortunate, and today, I realize that we all make choices and those
choices have some kind of result or reality and it has everything to do with
really it comes all the way down to what we each want, what our inner desires
are and what attention we give those things. Sometimes we might have a desire
and let it go without any more energy being expended. Of course, that isn't
going anywhere, is it? As well our declarations can take years to formulate into
commitment. We certainly need to get there for the accomplishment.
think the best thing is to celebrate what others have interest in without any
reasoning that we should be or do anything other that what drives us. Each of us
is unique and we will find much more peace and joy by celebrating others and
what they are good at or have declared as we celebrate our own. Anything else is
Loving Others As We Love Ourselves. . . I Heard That Somewhere. .
Spread Some Joy Today--Such a great place to begin. Loving ourselves for
who we are. Celebrate that today!