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The MONTHLY Motivator - April 2015

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Go, Do, Live, and Be

Today you have the greatest opportunity that anyone could ever have. Today, no matter what has happened before, you can go, you can do, you can live and you can be. Possibilities of all descriptions abound, and here you are, right in the middle of them. Countless treasures and experiences have situated themselves well within your reach, and all that’s required to benefit from them, is to reach. You have capabilities you’ve never even considered, that will enable you to create forms of value you’ve never even imagined.

This is a great time to be you, precisely where you are, knowing exactly what you know, with the values and dreams, skills, experiences, connections and passions you have. In you, life has uniquely expressed itself. In your situation, there are possibilities that have never before existed anywhere for anyone.

Have you ever visited an art gallery, and feasted your senses on the creativity that’s around you? Well, right now, at this very moment, you are surrounded not merely by an art gallery, but by a life gallery of amazing proportions. More than that, it is a collection of possibilities. And not only can you admire those possibilities, you can live them. In fact, that’s what they’re for. The great possibilities of this moment are not here for the purpose of detached viewing. They exist so that you can jump into them and bring them to life.


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