Iron rusts from disuse; water loses its purity from stagnation… even so does inaction sap the vigor of the mind.
Do silly things. Foolishness is a great deal more vital and healthy than our straining and striving after a meaningful life.
Often the best advice is the the most simple advice. What would you pay to learn an important secret to success? I’d try to be first in line. Once we heard the advice, would we say, “Everyone knows that?” It’s like hearing someone say, ‘Everyone knows texting and driving is dangerous.’ Yet, everyday I see people texting and driving in a city where texting and driving are illegal. Watch the short YouTube video and glean the simple advice that will give you renewed vigor, vitality, and creativity. It’s there for the taking. Enjoy.
“Don’t let what you cannot do interfere with what you can do.” ~John Wooden
“A pessimist is one who makes difficulties of his opportunities and an optimist is one who makes opportunities of his difficulties.” – Harry Truman
Are you ready for today?
Give me my cup of coffee, a hot shower, a time to give thanks to a loving God I have a new day and a new chance. I am ready. I am so ready for a great day. I ask myself:
Am I ready to go all in and give it my best every moment?
Am I ready to believe good things will come my way today?
Am I tougher than my challenges?
Am I ready to love everyone who comes my way today?
Am I ready to leave a positive imprint on every place I travel and on everyone I meet?
Am I ready to see, perhaps for the first time, all the blessings that surround me and to give thanks for them?
Am I ready? I am. Are you ready? Together we will leave it all on the table. We will give it our best each moment. We will make today better than yesterday. We will positively touch the lives of all whom we meet today.
Words to think about