Is Anger Destroying Your Life
- Do you feel under constant stress and pressure like you are backed into a wall and there is no way out?
- Does this feeling fill you up with rage and you take it out on others who don't deserve it?
- Has your anger made a bad situation worse?
- Have you lost family and friends because of your temper?
- Have you been passed up for job opportunities and promotions because of your "attitude"?
- Do you feel so out of control that there is no hope for you?
Don't fear, there is still hope for you yet!
You really are a good person, but haven't found an effective way to deal with the pressures of life. Before all this anger consumes you, ruins your career, destroys your family and your health, do something about it now!
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Playing the Prosperity Game
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The world is awash in money! Do you hear what that means? It is awash in money. It is flowing for everyone. It is like Niagara Falls. And most of you are showing up with your teaspoons. -- Abraham-Hicks
Smiling is infectious, You catch it like the flu. When someone smiled at me today, I started smiling too. I passed around the corner, and someone saw my grin. When he smiled I realized, I'd passed it to him. I thought about that smile, then I realized its worth. A single smile just like mine, could travel the earth. So, if you feel a smile begin, don't leave it undetected. Let's start an epidemic quick, and get the world infected!
Thursday, October 4, 2007
Positive Thought for the Day
I now have unlimited access to universal love.
Forget mistakes. Forget failures. Forget everything except what you're going to do now and do it. Today is your lucky day.
From the daily motivator
The value in it all
There are many situations in life in which your best choice is to respond with immediate, effective action. Yet in other situations, the best response is just to simply and completely let it go. When there's something you can do that will make a positive contribution, then by all means do it. When your actions will do nothing other than prolong an unfortunate impasse, learn to let it go and let it be.
There are things you can change. And there are things you cannot change.
Embrace what you can change with positive, persistent effort. Embrace what you cannot change with peaceful, enlightened acceptance.
Put your energy into pursuits that will bring value. Choose not to waste that energy fighting destructive battles that do nothing more than satisfy your ego.
There is profound beauty both in what you can do and in what you cannot do. Learn to see the value in it all.
-- Ralph Marston
I am a very nervous flyer. During a trip from California to Indiana, it didn't help that my connecting flight from Denver was delayed twice because of mechanical problems. Then, after we were aloft, I noticed the lights began flickering. I mentioned this to a flight attendant.
"I'll take care of it," she said. Moments later the lights went out. Clearly she'd solved the problem by turning off the lights.
A passenger across the aisle who had been listening leaned over and said, "Whatever you do, please don't ask about the engines."
A trio of old veterans
A trio of old veterans were bragging about the heroic exploits of their ancestors one afternoon down at the VFW hall.
"My great grandfather, at age 13," one declared proudly, "was a drummer boy at Shiloh."
"Mine," boasts another, "went down with Custer at the Battle of Little Big Horn."
"I'm the only soldier in my family," confessed vet number three, "but if my great grandfather was living today he'd be the most famous man in the world."
"Really? What'd he do?" his friends wanted to know.
"Nothing much. But he would be 165 years old."