Something to Think About

It is not true that people stop pursuing dreams because they grow old, they grow old because they stop pursuing dreams.

Gabriel Garcia Marquez

Do you have a dream?

Is your dream strong enough to pull you into tomorrow?

Is your dream powerful enough to give you the strength to overcome all the difficulties you’ll face to acquire it?

What is your dream? Leap into the unknown and go for it. Turn your dream into a reality.

If you fail, learn from it. If you stumble, get up, shake it off, and start over again and again.

Never Quit – Never Give Up

Today’s Quote on Human Potential by Emerson

What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us. ~Ralph Waldo Emerson

Today’s Quote on The Present Moment

“Yesterday is history. Tomorrow is a mystery. Today is a gift” – Eleanor Roosevelt

Something to Think About

Live in the present. The past is gone; the future is unknown – but the present is real, and your opportunities are now.

Maxwell Maltz

 

Living in the present moment is difficult for me. My mind has a way of grabbing ahold of the past or jumping to the future. Is it that way for you?

A wise friend gave me advice and it helped me to put a saddle on my mind and keep it under control

My wise friend suggested:

1. The past is the reservoir of events where I was loved, strong, and successful against great challenges. Use them as a foundation for today.

2. The future is where I want to go. My friend told me to dare to dream a big dream worthy of me and to use it as my GPS.

3. The present moment is where I am to build on the foundation the past laid for me and activily do the hard work of moving toward my dream.

This advice has been very helpful for me. It’s not always easy to follow, but it serves as an anchor. Let me know if you find it helpful for you.

Today’s Quote by Oscar Wilde

Everyone may not be good, but there’s always something good in everyone. Never judge anyone shortly because every saint has a past and every sinner has a future.

Oscar Wilde