Tuesday, March 6, 2007
Some of the greatest treasures in your life may be things you set aside long ago. Often it pays to go back and take a look.
A book you read years ago may now hold much more meaning. A friend from whom you once grew apart may now have much more in common with you.
There is a reason why people, places, things and events come into your life. Be careful that you’re not too quick to discard them.
The things that interested you in your youth still have a message for you today. They can tell you about who you truly are.
Just because something is old and familiar, does not mean it is irrelevant. Values, passions and purposes grow more robust with time and experience.
You’ve arrived at this moment carrying a lifetime of valuable treasures. Now is your opportunity to see those treasures in a whole new light.
Ralph MarstonHappiness is now Practice patience
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