This moment is an opportunity for all of us to gain a clear perspective and move forward into our good. As we embrace our greatness we begin to filter out what may be hampering our growth. When we are present we become more aware of forces that may cause us to stray from our path. Do not be swayed.
We have a duty to ourselves and the universe to maximize our time and live our purpose. It is within our purpose that we add on to the good of our lives and the lives of other. Eliminate toxins of negativity doubt and hate. Surround yourself with people who know their true power.
We will continue to prosper and grow because this is what we are ment to do. Believe in who you are and Thank God for who you are.
Stay Focused – Positive and Productive
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Remember being bombarded with the term fiscal cliff and how it would be bad if we fell off of it? Well….according to this recent conversation about the sequester, would it be right to say we fell off the cliff?
I have been listening to A LOT of talk radio lately. I tune in for a few different shows like “Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me!” “Sound Opinions” and a few others. When I’m listening on my way to work the programs are highly political and the main focus most times is economics or politics.
The new buzz word is sequester. From my extensive study of talk radio and news broadcasts on talk radio… Ha!….The sequester means that many programs that assist a large portion of our population will be cut and essentially affect our nation.
Eh…I don’t know about you….but I see this another way. I see this as an Amazing opportunity to excel. There is an unstoppable force that allows and compels us to continue to reach higher, go farther, and be Great.
We are the experience and we have the ability to shape and mold it.
Sequester is a word like, prosperity and greatness are. I figure if we have a choice that I should choose to use the words that empower me.
Sequester?….What does that even mean anyway?………
Isolate or hide away (someone or something): “the artist sequestered himself in his studio for two years”.