We have committed the Golden Rule to memory; let us now commit it to life.
-- Edwin Markham

 

   

The MONTHLY Motivator - April 2009

Live well now

Many are saying that times are tough. But you know what? Life is always difficult when you choose to see it as such. The good news is that you do have a choice. Always. You can choose to live well now.

Are you waiting for your ship to come in, or have you perhaps given up the possibility that it ever will? In fact, your ship came in the moment you were born. And there’s no time like the present to live and fulfill and explore and truly enjoy the reality of your good fortune.

But your paycheck has been cut, your investments have been depleted, your debt has soared and the prospects for recovery don’t look so good. How in the world does any of that equal good fortune?

Because your true fortune is not in your existing possessions or in your current circumstances. Your fortune is in your ability to make a purposeful difference in your life and in your world. As such, it doesn’t really matter what you have or what you may seem to be lacking. What does matter is the fact that you can go from where you are to wherever and however and whoever you wish to be.

Even more significantly, you can begin the journey immediately, and you can begin enjoying the benefits of any new positive direction right now. You don’t need a million dollars in the bank to live a millionaire lifestyle. And you certainly don’t need to go into debt to live a million-dollar lifestyle. All you must do


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