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An encouraging journey. . . .
lessons on perspective.


Rest on your laurels.  They bring comfort whatever their size, age or condition.

Talk slower.  Talk less.  Don't talk.  Communication isn't measured by words.

Take time to think. Action is good and necessary, but it's fruitful only if we muse, ponder and mull.

Listen to the song of a bird . . . the complete song.  Music and nature are gifts, but only if you are willing to receive them.

Give yourself permission to be late sometimes.  Life is for living, not scheduling.

Listen to the words you speak, especially in prayer.

Watch and listen to the night sky.  It speaks.

Make time for play . . . the things you like to do.  Whatever your age, your inner child needs re-creation.

Slow down; God is still in heaven.  You are not  responsible for doing it all yourself right now.

When you find yourself rushing and anxious, stop!  Ask yourself why you are rushing and anxious.  The reasons may improve your self-understanding.

Divide big jobs into little jobs.  If God took six days to create the universe, can you do any better?


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You'll seldom experience regret for anything that you've done.
It is what you haven't done that will torment you.
The message, therefore, is clear.  Do it!  Develop an appreciation
for the present moment.  Seize every second of your
life and savor it. Value your present moments.  Using them
up in any self-defeating ways means you've lost them forever.

Wayne Dyer


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