Monthly Archives: January 2011

Everything Counts

Have you noticed how people who say that money is not important, never seem to have any?

Everything is important in context. You may claim that love is more important that money, but you can’t pay bills with love, and you can’t fall in money.

A good attitude is important in this context, because if you start deciding what is important and what isn’t, you maybe be pushing away what you really need.

Show me somebody who claims that one thing is more important than another, and I will tell you about their lives. If you want to have more control in life, then you need to become more flexible in your behaviour.

Instead of saying “money” is not important, try saying, “Money is important in the right context,” and see how that affects your life.

Find out just how easy real change really is…

Be a Change Agent

There’s no denying that from a particular point of view, the world is on a knife’s edge.  You can complain about it, or, you can DO something about it. It’s all about energy.

You see, if you spend your time complaining about stuff, then you put yourself on the same frequency as that stuff, and you will get more of that stuff, plus, you will be adding to the pool of misery that so many people are wallowing in.

Why not be the change you want to see around you. If selfish people bug you, then be totally unselfish; if bad drivers bug you, then be a good driver; if foul language bugs you, then use only clean language. I guarantee that in a short time you will see the environment around you change, and I wouldn’t be surprised if the world around you changes as well.

Good vibrations, the Beach Boys were on to something with that song.

Consider this, do you complain because your reality sucks? Or does your reality suck because you complain? There’s only one way to find out: Quit complaining for a week, and that’s not just what you say, but what you think as well. See what happens, you will be glad you tried it.

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