Focus on progress, not perfection. Today’s Affirmation: I rejoice in each passing year of my life. Advertisements
There are millions of things wrong in this world but billions of things that are right. Today’s Affirmation: I will focus on what is right in this world. Basking in that positive frame of mind. I’ll do whatever I can to help turn wrongs into rights.
Taking a leap of faith allows the net to appear for you. It is amazing what positive expectations can do for me and for you. Today’s Affirmation: I will quit worrying about what happened in the past and focus on what is happening today.
This is stuff I found while browsing the net. Check back every Monday for more… Joke of the Week: What kind of cars do cats drive? Catillac’s! Weird Fact of the Week: Our eyes take in a lot. In fact, they’re our #1 sense. Hear, Taste, Touch, See and Smell are the five senses in […]
You’re an overcomer! Today’s Affirmation: I have the ability to see God’s presence, to perceive God’s power, to focus on God’s plan in spite of any obstacles I may face.
This is stuff I found while browsing the net. Check back every Monday for more… Joke of the Week: Why did the football coach go to the bank? To get his quarterback. Weird Fact of the Week: Biological brothers Dan Herron (running back) and David Herron (linebacker) both made it to The National Football League […]
Staying focused is difficult without vision. Today’s Affirmation: In all situations I remain balanced.
This is stuff I found while browsing the net. Check back every Monday for more… Joke of the Week: When Joe’s wife ran away with his car, his money and his best friend, he got so depressed that his doctor sent him to see a psychiatrist. Joe told the psychiatrist his troubles and said, “Life […]
Don’t let others define success for you. Don’t postpone whatever it is that you want to do in life. The photo that I took at a Thailand museum is of different influential people. Whoever set up this display added a mirror. Not so you can check how gorgeous you look or begin fixing […]
Sometimes people get paranoid when they hear other people speaking a language in which they don’t understand or speak fluently and automatically think that they’re talking about them. If I were to guesstimate a worldwide percentage I’d say overall 97 percent of the time that is untrue. Most people are basically […]