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Thursday, July 30, 2009

"The Eagle Who Thought He Was a Chicken" by Jahiel Kamhi

"The Eagle Who Thought He Was a Chicken" by Jahiel Kamhi

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Are you ready for "A Journey for a better life"?

Have you ever gone on a journey on rails? Did you enjoy a maximum of comfort during your journey towards the desired destination? Why we should not choose this more predetermined and more comfortable "way of travelling", also when we are on the way to the realization of our largest desires?

We are often asked to make decisions. Everyday, every hour, every minute. Are you a serious decision maker?

How would you decide if somebody would offer you train trip towards your most desired destination = your life goals?

Imagine that there will be no more than 7 days left until the departure of that train.

Would you be prepared to manage your time and ressources the best way until the departure?

Are you aware that you can save time by focusing and concentrating, delegating, and scheduling the tasks, actions and to carry out errands? Who are the persons which can assist us? How large are your financial ressources?

You certainly will not wait hours infront of an ticket office to pick up your ticket, but choose the most appropiate time to do it. Don't you?

So a plan, schedule, map or overview is needed. We should prioritize our time by rating tasks by importance and urgency.

Just another thought (to cultivate virtuous habits): Why not decide to cosset our dreams by focusing on a better supporting belief that a "Life's Goal Tour" is designed to allow us to enjoy our journey to the full, just since the very beginning?

That means that we can decide every minute of a day to make adventourous preparations for our journey in relaxed and joyful atmosphere. Stress is a factor which we can decide to avoid. Anyway we can practice to get customized to unusual situations practicing to stay more centered and calm, which takes maybe more time (e.g. learning to meditate or to practice Progressive Muscle Relaxation).

When the travel bag or suitcase is filled with our knowledge, skills, attitude and ressources, when our final destination is known and the ticket and passport are in our pocket, the journey can begin on the scheduled time of departure.

Have you already decided which train you would choose? Do you have a preferred class or compartment in which you want to travel? Do you have a travel companion?

And the most important decision you should make before you start: How can you create a strong vision? Can this vision take over the function of a kind of engine like the locomotive to pull your "life's abundance Express" through deserts and valleys, crossing rivers or even climbing hills always steadily and reliable, prefarably without the need to change trains too often or other predictible interruptions?

Knowing the effects of a positive thinking, using your mind more effectively and the ability to build up a strong belief system can help you realize things that you are never thought that they are possible and they are your most effective tools to achieve your goals –

Are you ready for a life changing journey? Are you still planning? (I hope that the one or other reader of this blog could be inspired not only watching other trains passing by?)

Every minute we can decide to take passionate actions towards living our life designed consciously by ourselves.

The quote: "Talk is cheap, but only taking Actions, make things happen" will make our decision making muscle stronger.

And Robert H. Schuller gives us hope, saying: "Again and again, the impossible problem is solved when we see that the problem is only a tough decision waiting to be made.

Yes, you can be a dreamer and a doer too, if you will remove one word from your vocabulary: impossible."

For whatever "destination" you will decide... I wish you a clear vision (locomotive), a strong belief system and that you succeed to go for your goals (like the President of the United States Mr. Barack Obama in his exemplary function showed to us).

BON VOYAGE!!! Gute Fahrt! Have a good trip! Buen viaje!