Happiness and You

No one is in control of your happiness but you; therefore, you have the power to change anything about yourself or your life that you want to change.

– Barbara de Angelis

Love What You Do

I am true believer in finding your passion.

The discovery changes your life even before you begin trying to acheive living with your passion. It is an automatic response.

Later there will be work to do within yourself as the many questions arise, but first start by looking for you passion.

What is it that you love to do?

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What makes you happy?

Give that some thought.

“I’ve come to believe that each of us has a personal calling
that’s as unique as a fingerprint – and that the best way to
succeed is to discover what you love and then find a way to
offer it to others in the form of service, working hard, and
also allowing the energy of the universe to lead you.”

— Oprah Winfrey

Special Kids

A dear friend of mine, Vivian, asked to post this:

Kids with Special needs aren’t weird or odd. They only want what everyone wants…. to be accepted.

 

Something to Think About

A long time ago a friend of mine gave me what she called “Homework for Life”:

If you have to judge someone,

Don’t judge people by your personal values

Judge them by their own personal values

The Man Who Cleans the Streets

Every man has a story.

Often I find myself watching people and wondering what their story is.

 It is so easy to judge people by the way they look or by the job that they do.  I try not to and find this a big challenge because we all have our personal belief systems that work automatically.

Today, as on many days, I saw the man who cleans the streets next to my office. Every morning when I arrive at work, he is there with his broom and bucket sweeping the garbage and wonder what his life is like. Every morning he says “Good morning” as I walk by. I always wish him a good day.

Every man has a story.

Maybe he has a family. Maybe he doesn’t. Maybe he used to have a job in an office, maybe he came from another country and is trying to make ends meet. Maybe he forgot his dreams. Or maybe he likes the fresh air and the freedom to walk around.

Every many has a story.

 

Wisdom from Children’s Stories

Working in childhood education for Unternehmensbetreuung many years taught me great respect of the world of wisdom from children’s stories. The first story I remember was a classic “The Little Tugboat” who kept saying “I think I can, I think I can”, taught us that if we try hard enough and believe in ourselves  enough everything is possible.

This week I came across a wonderful book “Oh the Places You’ll Go” by Dr. Suess and wanted to share this little bit of wisdom from this very wise story:

You have brains in your head.
You have feet in your shoes.
You can steer
yourself in any direction you choose.
You’re on your own.
And you know
what you know.
You Quote are the guy who’ll decide where to go.
~Dr.
Seuss

Quote of the Week

“We grow great by dreams. All big men are dreamers. They see things in the soft haze of a spring day or world! in the red fire of a long Dream winter’s evening. Some of us let these online great dreams die, but others Introduction nourish and protect them; cheap nfl jerseys nurse them through bad days till they bring them to the sunshine and light which comes always to those who sincerely hope that their dreams will come true.”
– Woodrow Wilson

Remember to Dream

As children, we had endless dreams of how our future would look. Some of us had dreams of becoming astronauts, some of us had dreams of becoming physicians, others pictured themselves of becoming famous actors or the lead singers in a band. Whatever the dream, we were able to day dream and change the dreams as we went along. What a wonderful feeling that was, to take a walk and just day dream. There was such a feeling of the world waiting, just for us.

Somewhere along the way, we stopped dreaming and stopped believing in the endless possiblilties that life has to offer.

At what age did you stop dreaming? At what age did you give up on your dreams?

We can become overwhelmed by the daily tasks of life – our families, our jobs,our relationships, our responsibilities – yet all are connected to our original dreams from childhood.  Somewhere inside of each of us these dreams still exist, but in a different form. As in childhood, our dreams change and develop as we are faced with the different challenges of life. challenges. I invite you to be at one with your dreams.

So close your eyes for a minute, take a few cleansing breaths, and picture your dream. Be in that moment. Open your eyes and write down your dream for today on a small piece of paper. Take this with you throughout the day. Look at the note during lunch, and put it on your bedside table and look at the note before you fall asleep. Look at the note the first thing in the morning, take a cleansing breath, close your eyes and picture your dream.

Always, remember to dream.

Remembering to dream is a wonderful gift that only you can give to yourself.

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