Archive for December 1st, 2011

Walk to the edge.

Listen hard. Laugh. Play with abandon.

Practice wellness.

Continue to learn.

Choose with no regret.

Appreciate your friends.

Lead or follow a leader.

Do what you love.

Live as if this is all there is.

Your purpose, that thing that among the many to-dos of your days, is what you must do. Embrace the truth of your purpose each minute of your precious life…for how very true it is that life begins when you do.

If you would dream it


If you have an idea

OPEN it.

If there is longing


If there is mission


If there is daring

DO it.

If there is love


If there is resource

USE it.

If there is abundance


This is based upon on Mary Anne’s famous poem – her statement of purpose – Live with Intention . This  reminds me of the “when  and  what then” syndrome that so many of us follow as we journey our life. So, why wait another minute? The life you’re waiting for…begins when you do!

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We are blessed with so many things. We really count them all, but it doesn’t matter whether it may be small or big. With our lives, with the air that we do use in breathing to this world and with many things that we have have. We are blessed for the food that we eat everyday, for the water we drink.

We are blessed with our families who loves us so much and with the people who cares for us. Just be grateful for all of them.

Thank you God for many blessings and graces. Thanks you for the gifts, for the family , friends, and many blessed people around me. Thank you for all I have, and for all I am.

Count Your Blessings

Count your blessings instead of your crosses;

Count your gains instead of your losses.

Count your joys instead of your woes;

Count your friends instead of your foes.

Count your smiles instead of your tears;

Count your courage instead of your fears.

Count your full years instead of your lean;

Count your kind deeds instead of your mean.

Count your health instead of your wealth;

Love your neighbor as much as yourself.

– – Author unknown

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