Put In The Effort To Make It Work

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting! It will Work. The only way to Transformation is through the Inner Work. It will work. But prepared to put in the Work. All that you deserve has to be Earned. Through the Inner Work – Prayer, meditation, sacrifice, dessert trips, fasting, falling and rising, forgiveness, love. We have to be Willing to Allow everything that doesn’t serve us (doubt, fear, angst, pain, etc.) to Rise to the top and just vaporize. We must be Grateful for the Work. For the ability to put in the Effort, for the lessons, strength and knowledge acquired …

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What is Your “WHY”?

“What are you doing this to yourself for?” 4 other “WHY’s” to help you find your path: 1.  What Is Your Title? – If you are going to use words to describe yourself, you should have both an understanding of their definitions and a pride in their significance.  And then you should strive with all your power to constantly live up to them. 2.  What Is Your Gift? – Second, I believe if you have gifts, it is your responsibility to use them.  And whether you think it or not, you have gifts.  You have a body and a brain that no company or amount of money can reproduce and …

Live Your Life

Live Your Life

In Light of Easter – a Great song about resurrecting and starting a new, right NOW. Inspiring and fun! “I believe in Christianity as I believe that the sun has risen, not only because I see it, but because by it I see everything else.” – C.S. Lewis Amazing Lyrics Below. ENJOY!  LIVE YOUR LIFE Find your light Don’t hide from what you are And rise before you fall And hope for something more Live if you really want to All my life I’ve been looking for something amazing It’s almost like I’ve been stargazing The sky is right above me We were meant for something bigger than this Don’t …

Keep Filling Yourself

Cut off a little piece of skin. Then a little more. Now reach inside, a little deeper and pull out everything that doesn’t serve you.  NOW Fill yourself with everything you want to become. Everything you know you are. Everything you deserve.  Don’t close the opening, patch it up. experiment. Some of it will feel right, some of it will feel wrong, don’t be attached to it. It’s a concoction, it’s the delicate mix of essentials needed to strive – HAVE FUN. Some days it will sting, some days it will burn, some days you will get it, one day you will have it. Own it. … If you enjoyed this …

No More Excuses

  Start. Right Now.  What do you want? Grab it, sacrifice all and make it happen.  Easy as that. Easier said than done – no one said the work would be easy.  But you will never know how fulfilling it is falling trying to do the thing you love, and how much drive you will have to get back up unless you begin – right now.  You have the money you need. If you wait you’ll never have the money you think you will need.  You have the skills needed. If you never begin you will never have the skills you think you need.  Everything needed you already have.  You …

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A Cinematic Homage to the Beauty of Language and Life

For all my lovers of language and life. Language is beautiful. Vowels — is an exquisite reminder of that from filmmaker and visual storyteller Temujin Doran, who has previously delighted us with his thoughtful meditations on democracy and the art of protest, a bittersweet short film about his day job in a dying occupation, and some damn good advice. Listen with headphones, watch in full screen.   Peace and Blessings

100 Best First Lines From Novels

From American Book Review 100 Best First Lines from Novels 1. Call me Ishmael. —Herman Melville, Moby-Dick (1851) 2. It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife. —Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice (1813) 3. A screaming comes across the sky. —Thomas Pynchon, Gravity’s Rainbow (1973) 4. Many years later, as he faced the firing squad, Colonel Aureliano Buendía was to remember that distant afternoon when his father took him to discover ice. —Gabriel García Márquez, One Hundred Years of Solitude (1967; trans. Gregory Rabassa) 5. Lolita, light of my life, fire of my loins. —Vladimir …

If Tomorrow Wasn’t Promised

What would you give for today? Forget everything else. Forget there were any sunlight left. What would you spend today? Thinking about yourself or the man beside you? One opportunity in life. One chance to do whatever you are going to do. Whatever mark you will make. Leave you legacy. And that’s judged by effort and nothing else. Nobody can judge effort, that’s yours. Everyday is a new day, every moment is a new moment. That means you are not anything that came before you. Not 5 minutes ago, not yesterday, only RIGHT NOW. Show the world you are a different creature NOW than you were 5 minutes ago. Angry …

Love According to Peanuts

‘Love is being happy knowing that she’s happy… but that isn’t so easy.’ The Peanuts series by Charles M. Schulz endures as one of the most beloved cartoons of all time, partly because of Schulz’s gift for capturing the great, tender truths of human existence through remarkably simple, sometimes poetic, often humorous, always profound vignettes. Hardly does it get more profound and poetic, however, than in Schulz’s 1965 book, Love is Walking Hand In Hand — an utterly lovely tiny treasure, in which Lucy and Snoopy and Charlie Brown and the rest of the Peanuts gang define love through the simple acts and moments of everyday life. ‘Love is buying …

Conformity … Be Careful

“Everything around you that you call life was made up by people who are no smarter than you.” -Steve Jobs 1. Ask why. Why do you do the things you do? What are your motivations? Not enough people are asking these questions. Join us who are 2. Live a big life! Pursue big dreams! Be your own superhero and do something suitably audacious. Not only is it OK, it’s probably also beneficial to other people who will be inspired by your courage. 3. It’s not all about you. Most people in the world are not fortunate to live such unconventional lives, so we have to find a way to serve …