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For most of the last two years I have allowed an hour of each day as introspection (working on my fortune). This has been my private time, my planning time, my evaluation time, my gratitude time, my affirmations time, my goal time.

Without such time, I would each day face the mountain with a shovel and no plan. With the MY time I can choose a different implement, a drag-line crane and huge trucks, or I can take my shovel to a different, more profitable location.

An early monastic experience  of daily meditation, (the practise has stayed with me throughout my life) is my godsend (pun intended). Practise leads to habit, habit leads to discipline, discipline leads to mastery. If life chances to get in the way, and I miss my hour, then I miss my hour.

My gratitude time indicates the fruits of my planning, my affirmations show my expectations. My goals are the wonders ahead. Bring on the new week - I am ready.












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Priscilla Dakin - Albuquerque, NM

You are a healthy person no matter your ailments or not.


Jan 23, 2011 01:05 PM #1
Gabrielle Kamahele Rhind
KGC Properties LLC, Tucson Property Management & Real Estate - Tucson, AZ

GOOD MORNING LARRY!  You certainly are motivating me this morning!  I am sure you new week is going to be a great one! -- G

Jan 23, 2011 09:29 PM #2
Larry O'Sullivan
Sandy, UT

I have started this week at 2.30am - all that ecitement (sleep is overrated anyway). Amazing how time flies when you're having fun. Lots of projects for the week, places to go and people to see (and some don't even know it yet!)

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