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If you fail to anticipate what the implications of a current action/decision could be, you are putting yourself at great risk.

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Please pause for a moment when you notice the “PAUSE” request before you continue. Think how what you just read can assist you with a specific set of circumstances that you are faced with. Think what changes can come about if you applied what you learned here in your relationships, work or with your family and friends. You will be astounded how much value you get from the material when you PAUSE for a few moments, take a small break and apply what I requested above. Do you have a train or bus to catch or do you tend to rush through life with your eyes so fixed on the potential outcomes that you forget to enjoy the journey?

 

An energy bubble surrounds each one of us. This energy field is charged by your predominant focus at any given moment in time. People can sense when anger, grief or revengeful thoughts are trapped in this energy field. You need to sanitise this invisible energy bubble that accompanies you wherever you go if you want to improve your health or lifestyle. Letting go of the past is a good place to start. The key to a clear energy field is forgiveness. Not only forgiveness of others, but of yourself.

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Anticipation is a powerful force. Never show all your cards while the game is still in progress. The game of life is like a chess game. You must mentally always be a few moves ahead of your opponents.

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Anticipation is vital to your survival. If you fail to anticipate what the implications of a current action or decision could be, you are putting yourself at great risk. The wise man reads people and events and anticipates their next few moves. He is not paranoid, but vigilant and wise.

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Anticipation is what fuels the champions of life. If you lose your ability to dream, you lose your zest for life. If all your anticipation is suddenly removed, you will go into shock. Most people do not only anticipate the future, but also make the mistake of mentally living there. Anticipate the future, but live in the now if you want to experience true happiness.

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Appear uncertain if you need other’s support, compassion and understanding. Ask for assistance in a clear and precise manner. Tell it like it is. Why continue hiding behind masks and facades? Get your ego out of the way and reveal your needs in an open and sincere manner. What is the worst that can happen? You have nothing to lose, but everything to gain.

PAUSE

 

Appreciation is the key to understanding. Only when we learn to appreciate what we have will more value be added to our lives. Gratitude and appreciation are the two most neglected emotions in society today. You can never be happy or achieve piece of mind if you lack these vital components.

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Are you a person that enjoys making an issue out of everything? When you oppose something, you stop the natural flow of things. When you continually question and dig for potential flaws it usually disturbs the natural rhythm and flow of events. You need to find a balance between being a pain in the backside and a people pleaser.

PAUSE

 

Ask for reconsideration when things fail to work out as anticipated. Any softening in judgement will be a bonus. Any drop in price will put money in your pocket. Only the less informed will walk away without giving it his best shot. Nothing in life is easy. If you really want something, then fight for it.

PAUSE

Rene

 
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Posted by on March 19, 2014 in WISDOM

 

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A Letter to My Kids!

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A Letter to My Kids

 

Dear Kids,

I’m taking the time to write this to you today, years before there’s a chance that you’ll ever read it.

One of my reasons for doing this is simply because I want to affirm some things that I see you doing and some of the ways you are being before you forget them.

But also, I want to give you an example of how life is a never-ending journey that is filled with shades of gray.

So, although you’re not quite ready to hear me talk about all of the challenges in my life, hopefully what follows will help you understand that no one has it all figured out… even your dad.

And that’s OK.

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Part I: Who You Are – What You Want

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When I started out in business, I was missing some key ingredients.

I didn’t know much about being an entrepreneur (I had just quit my job and decided to go out on my own. If I teach you right and you decide my suggestion is right for you, hopefully, you’ll never have a job, so this won’t be an issue) and I lacked confidence in myself.

But most importantly, I lacked a clear understanding of who I was and what I wanted.

I don’t blame anyone for that but myself. It was pretty much my way of surviving I imagine. A way to avoid conflict and to ensure that I didn’t ruffle any feathers.

If you don’t shine too brightly, there’s less of a chance of sticking out and calling attention to yourself.

So that’s where I want to begin, with the whole idea of who you are and what you want.

It’s funny that this is even an issue for me at 33, because right now, at your age, you are very, very clear about WHO you are and what you want.

I’m writing to you to tell you never to forget that.

Just a word of warning…

As you grow up, people around you might react to your clarity in a variety of ways.

To some, your ability to be clear and to say exactly what you want will make them uncomfortable. It might make some angry.

Please don’t listen to them. Their lives are the way they are, in part, because they aren’t able to clearly articulate what they want.

This lack of ability creates a lot of suffering in the world.

I will do my best to steer you around it now that I understand how it works.

Two of the keys to living a full life are to understand who you are and to be clear about what you want.

Everything else flows from that.

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Part II: How to Become Successful

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I used to think that in order to become a successful businessperson, I had to become more like successful business people.

So I read a lot of books about other people.

I read about Carnegie… I read about Bill Gates… I read about Felix Dennis…

The books I read were packed with pages and pages of “how to do it” information and stories of how others became successful.

Little did I know at the time that I was walking in the opposite direction of success.

Instead of learning how to be more like someone else, my focus should have been on learning how to become a more effective version of me.

In business, there’s this idea of the unique selling proposition. In a nutshell, it’s how what you have to offer is different (and therefore better) than anything else out there.

Being you… thinking the way you think… doing things the way you do them… your take on the world….

That’s your USP. It’s built in. Those are your competitive advantages.

But if those are not well developed, because you have not taken the time to develop them, then those differences are hardly noticeable at best, and completely hidden at worst.

This will work against you, because there will be no obvious reason for people and opportunities to flock to you over another.

You will be competing against the herd and your journey will be harder than it needs to be.

So despite what you might read in books, I recommend that you do become a pioneer.

After all, there’s really no other way to be successful as you.

You’re the only one living your life. So you are a pioneer whether or not you like it.

The only question is how effective you’ll be.

How do you measure success?

I can’t tell you that because that’s a decision that only you can make.

For me, success means that I’m a better version of myself today than I was yesterday.

Maybe that will work for you. Maybe not.

I’m probably on a very different journey than you are on, so please figure this out for yourself.

Just listen… you’ll hear the answer.

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Part III: Money

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You’ll hear a lot of stories about money as you grow up.

Some will say it’s good.

Others will say it’s evil.

Still others will say it’s OK as long as you only have enough… not too much.

Here’s my advice: They’re all lying.

Money has no meaning.

So when you hear people arguing about it… when you hear them say it’s good to have it… when you hear them say it’s bad to have it…

Please just ignore all of them.

They are wrong.

Money is energy. It flows to people who understand it.

It flows away from people who do not.

Don’t listen to the stories about money, just watch what it does and watch how it moves.

Here are facts:

As I write this, money is required to do things in the world.

Want to go to Italy and live there for 6 months?

You need money.

Needing money is not bad…

Needing money is not good…

Needing money just is.

Be OK with that.

But my recommendation is to develop a deep understanding of how it works. That way you can use it as a tool to live your life, instead of being like most people who use up their life working for it.

If you want to create a lot of it… go ahead.

If you want to exist with little of it, that’s your choice.

If you have other plans, pursue them, just don’t forget Part I of my letter.

You see, money isn’t evil.

Wanting money isn’t evil.

Going out of your way to get money isn’t evil.

It’s all a story. Someone else’s story.

The only thing that matters in life is your story. That’s why you’re here.

You’re here to write your own story.

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Part IV: Know What You Stand For

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In order to attract to yourself the people, the experiences and the opportunities that will make your life full, you have to shine a bright light out into the world.

Its message cannot be mixed, uncertain or unclear.

When the message you send out into the world based on who you are, what you do and what you offer is clear and powerful, you will attract just about anything you want.

But to do that, you have to know what you stand for. Of course, this list will change over time as you grow, but my hunch is that it will not change very much.

Just to give you an example of what I’m talking about, I’m going to give you my list below. Please don’t let any of these items make their way onto your list word for word.

You have your own list to make.

Again, if I’ve done my job well by the time you read this, you’ll already know your list without giving it a whole lot of thought.

What I Stand For

  • I stand for being real. For being who you are no matter what everyone says about it. Being anything else is living a lie. And it will kill you on the inside far before you die on the outside.
  • I stand for looking out for my own best interest. If I choose to help others, that is my choice to make. For helping others is a gift you give, not something you are forced to do.
  • I stand for power. Not the loud strong arm way of acting people see on the outside, but the quiet power that exists on the inside. It’s this power that you use to create anything you want in your life.
  • I stand for taking 100% responsibility for my life. This applies to the good the bad and the ugly. 100% responsibility means no exceptions.
  • I stand for living my life how I choose to live it, provided I do not tread on the freedoms of others’ ability to do the same.

In the end, the best advice I can give you is this:

Be true to who you are and take one step at a time. There’s no rush.

I wish you the best of luck on your journey,

 

Dad

 

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Posted by on January 24, 2014 in WISDOM

 

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CARRYING A GRIEVANCE IS LIKE CARRYING A GRENADE!

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CARRYING A GRIEVANCE IS LIKE CARRYING A GRENADE!

GRIEVANCES ARE LIKE A MENTAL CATARACT. IT DISTORTS YOUR VISION AND YOU LOSE YOUR FOCUS!

 

GRIEVANCES OFTEN SEEM JUSTIFIED AT THE TIME: No grievance, however justified, is worth the pain, hate and fear you must carry with it. Grievances cost too much. They are not worth the mental pain that you put yourself through.

Most people want to inflict at least the same level of pain and discomfort on the person that caused them pain, loss and discomfort. It is “normal” to feel that you want to hit back, inflict pain and cause damage when you have been mentally or physically injured.

The bigger the pain or embarrassment that you endured the higher the flames that fuel your desire to “even the score”. This desire to even the score can become a raw obsession and motivate you to act in a very irresponsible and childish manner. The longer you focus on and ferment “feelings of pain or disappointment” the worse the damage you cause to your own piece of mind and ability to remain in the now.

A woman of sixty-five years old once came to see me because she felt that life lost all it’s meaning for her. After a relative short chat I discovered that she was still embittered by an event that happened to her when she was twenty-one years old. A man that she loved dearly broke their engagement less than a day before their wedding ceremony and within a month married her best friend. This event made her bitter and caused her to harbour a grievance against this man and men in general for the rest of her life. She never married and found it impossible to let go of her grievance. She suffered anxiety attacks and for the best part of her life experienced deep and dark periods of depression.

It is obvious that this unfortunate woman stop living, dreaming and enjoying life at the age of twenty-one. This is a good example how people allow an event or defeat to bind them to that specific moment in time. They become like individuals that got off the train of life and now just sit on the bench at that station beating themselves up.

You know that I promote living in the “now” and should learn from this example that this woman’s “now” is far removed from where she mentally got stuck on her timeline.A grievance is when your ego hijacks your mind, takes you to hell, demands a ransom and leaves you there anyway. You end up getting kidnapped by your own ego, sitting in hell hoping the “bitch” or “bastard” who was the cause of your grievance ends up in hell too.

EVERY GRIEVANCE IS AN ATTACK ON YOURSELF: When you carry a grievance it is like carrying a grenade that blows up every few seconds in your mind. As long as you carry a grievance you become a casualty in your own war.

People will usually rather die than give up their grievances. They allow their grievances to eat them alive and dissolve their self-image and self-esteem. They allow themselves to get sidetracked and can spend a lifetime miles away from the “happiness highway” of life.

I have read about many cases where the aggrieved party allowed his obsession to turn him or her into a robot like revenge seeking entity. When such person is sentenced for murder or attempted murder he or she often remains in his or her hypnotic sleep. In their contaminated mind they feel that they “evened the score”. It is vitally important to learn that nothing in life is worth such acts of violence.

The key is to put your grievances down and to walk away from such painful events. You are not a weakling for not taking revenge; you are displaying willpower and powerful self-management. You are not doing it out of fear for the person that harmed you; you are doing it for your own piece of mind. It is obvious that there is only one time that you can live in and that is the “now” the CURRENT moment. You also know that the carrying grievances will bind you to the past. You want to live your life in the moment and cannot allow anything to bind you to yesterday and last year. All the pain and discontent that you suffered in your lifetime came from living in the past or the future.

HOLDING ON TO ANY GRIEVANCE IS REALLY A DECISION TO SUFFER: Grievances poisons your mind and chains you to the useless past. It leaves you bitter and twisted. Everyday of your life you choose between grievances and freedom. You must make up your mind if you want “pain” or “joy” or the “old” or the “new”.

When you choose to go for freedom then learning of the art of letting go becomes vital. When you have mastered the art of letting go and you begin to live predominantly in the now your life takes on a brand new meaning. I know it will not be easy to let go of the past, but if you really want to grow and get rid of your stress and tension you must disengage from yesterday.

If someone caused you pain or let you down it takes real courage to turn around and walk away, not just physically, but mentally as well. I am not condoning what people have done to you in the past and it will be stupid to ask you to immediately unconditionally forgive such a person, but if you can do it you will feel the power that will surge through your body and mind.

What I am getting at is that you must leave the event, pain, failure, and loss behind you and get on with the current moment. If you fail to do this you become stuck in that painful moment until you are strong enough to let go and move forward. You cannot experience true happiness by pampering your historical grievances.

Make a list of the grievances that you have been dragging with you and then let them go unconditionally. Visualise the grievances as a heap of garbage. Now see in your mind’s eye how you walk away to a better and brighter future without looking back over your shoulder. Remember yesterday is dead and gone, long live the current moment!

Rene

 

 
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Posted by on July 4, 2013 in WISDOM

 

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Many of us rush from “destination” to destination and completely forget to enjoy the journey.

How aware are you in all your day-to-day activities? How sensitive are you to the moods, posture and emotions of those that you come in contact with daily. Many of us are so busy with our own thoughts and problems that we fail to really notice anyone that we come in contact with. We “selectively” see and experience them. It is often as if we are looking through them like a pane of glass. We might go through the greeting rituals and grunt and make the right noises, but very little they say or do is noticed by us. Test yourself and see if you can recall the clothing someone wore yesterday in a meeting or that knocked on your door trying to sell you something. For that matter can you recall what dress your wife or girlfriend wore yesterday? We are so busy in our box of life that we fail to register many important things. Our partner may be sending out alarm signals that he or she is taking a lot of strain. We are often so occupied with our own stuff that the only way our partner will succeed in getting our attention could be to drop dead at our feet. Our child may be taking a lot of strain at school because a teacher or bully is making their lives miserable. He or she might be contemplating leaving kindergarten to join the circus. You in turn are so taken up with your work or busy playing golf that none of the signals reach the compassion centre in your brain. Your life can take on a wonderful new meaning if you master the art of giving each moment your full attention. Read people when you see them. Notice the expression in their eyes. Listen what they say without switching off when they reach the third word in the sentence they are busy with. Ask questions and listen without interrupting them. Life is not all about you and your journey. Life is about the collective journey of everyone that shares your path with you. It is amazing when you develop your skill to put yourself in other’s shoes. Life becomes fun and exciting when you get yourself out of the way. We become so busy (don’t confuse busy with productive) with our stuff that life slip by like a thief in the night. Many of us rush from “destination” to destination and completely forget to enjoy the journey. Arriving at a destination might give your ego a pleasant boost for a few moments, but having fun on your way to your destination will provide you with a lifetime of pleasure. Stop and smell the flowers now and then or talk to the people that you made invisible up to now. Ask them to tell you their story and you might discover that some of the most amazing people got left behind in your dust as you raced up the hill to your next destination. Many pray and hope that they will go to heaven when they check out of this dimension. My friend you will discover that you are already in heaven if you open your spiritual eyes and begin to notice what is really going on around you.

 

Rene

 
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Posted by on June 16, 2013 in WISDOM

 

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Anticipation is vital to your survival. If you fail to anticipate what the implications of a current action or decision could be, you are putting yourself at great risk.

 

Please pause for a moment when you notice the “PAUSE” request before you continue. Think how what you just read can assist you with a specific set of circumstances that you are faced with. Think what changes can come about if you applied what you learned here in your relationships, work or with your family and friends. You will be astounded how much value you get from the material when you PAUSE for a few moments, take a small break and apply what I requested above. Do you have a train or bus to catch or do you tend to rush through life with your eyes so fixed on the potential outcomes that you forget to enjoy the journey?

 

An energy bubble surrounds each one of us. This energy field is charged by your predominant focus at any given moment in time. People can sense when anger, grief or revengeful thoughts are trapped in this energy field. You need to sanitise this invisible energy bubble that accompanies you wherever you go if you want to improve your health or lifestyle. Letting go of the past is a good place to start. The key to a clear energy field is forgiveness. Not only forgiveness of others, but of yourself.

PAUSE

Anticipation is a powerful force. Never show all your cards while the game is still in progress. The game of life is like a chess game. You must mentally always be a few moves ahead of your opponents.

PAUSE

  

Anticipation is vital to your survival. If you fail to anticipate what the implications of a current action or decision could be, you are putting yourself at great risk. The wise man reads people and events and anticipates their next few moves. He is not paranoid, but vigilant and wise.

PAUSE
 

Anticipation is what fuels the champions of life. If you lose your ability to dream, you lose your zest for life. If all your anticipation is suddenly removed, you will go into shock. Most people do not only anticipate the future, but also make the mistake of mentally living there. Anticipate the future, but live in the now if you want to experience true happiness.

PAUSE

 

Appear uncertain if you need other’s support, compassion and understanding. Ask for assistance in a clear and precise manner. Tell it like it is. Why continue hiding behind masks and facades? Get your ego out of the way and reveal your needs in an open and sincere manner. What is the worst that can happen? You have nothing to lose, but everything to gain.

PAUSE

 

Appreciation is the key to understanding. Only when we learn to appreciate what we have will more value be added to our lives. Gratitude and appreciation are the two most neglected emotions in society today. You can never be happy or achieve piece of mind if you lack these vital components.

PAUSE

Are you a person that enjoys making an issue out of everything? When you oppose something, you stop the natural flow of things. When you continually question and dig for potential flaws it usually disturbs the natural rhythm and flow of events. You need to find a balance between being a pain in the backside and a people pleaser.

PAUSE

 

Ask for reconsideration when things fail to work out as anticipated. Any softening in judgement will be a bonus. Any drop in price will put money in your pocket. Only the less informed will walk away without giving it his best shot. Nothing in life is easy. If you really want something, then fight for it.

PAUSE

 

Rene

 
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Posted by on May 17, 2013 in WISDOM

 

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The problem that many of us have is that we often forget, in the heat of our performances that we are not the actor with the costume that we wear.

You might not even be aware how many times you change costumes and roles daily. The problem that many of us have is that we often forget, in the heat of our performances that we are not the actor with the costume.

Look around you. Notice the endless number of roles that you are forced to play daily. You are the actor in all these roles (father, mother, manager, sales assistant etc.) Remember that you are not the role, but the actor at any given moment that is playing the role that you conclude is expected from you. You hopefully go home and take off the costume that wore before you jump into bed. You do costume changes all day long. You might not even be aware how many times you change costumes and roles daily. The problem that many of us have is that we often forget, in the heat of our performances that we are not the actor with the costume that we wear. Some of us have been playing our various roles for so long that we became imprisoned by the character we play at any given moment. Do the following next time when you are swept away in one of your roles (dramas) and pause for a moment. Look around you and contemplate what you see in front of you. Ask yourself who is looking through your eyes at the props on the stage of your life that you observe in front of you. My friend you are not the many roles you play. You have been following the many examples programmed into you since early childhood. You may ask, “What or who am I if I am not the actor that is playing the many roles expected from me daily?” You are not the actor, your history or the various roles that you are playing daily. Your “real self” is the “observer” that is looking through your eyes as explained earlier. Your real self have been kept prisoner since early childhood by the ego based program in your head that I mentioned in earlier deliveries in this series. The real you who is relaxed, fun and always joyful were pushed aside by the fraudulent ego software that took over life. Many of us go through a whole lifetime and never wake discover this very important fact. We dance as fast as we can on the frantic tune called life and never discover this important and indisputable fact that society hid from us. This is how the “real you” became enslaved in the dungeon of your mind. Many feel in moments of sadness that there must be more to life. They unfortunately are never allowed enough time to contemplate the farce that many of us live, sometimes for decades. It is only in times of great crisis or deep personal loss that some of us dare to ask – “Is this all that there is to life?” We may for a few moments experience glimpses of our real self and feel its compassion, but usually go back to our old style of acting while we get back on the tread mill of life.

Rene

 

Many feel in moments of sadness that there must be more to life. They unfortunately are never allowed enough time to contemplate the farce that many of us live, sometimes for decades. It is only in times of great crisis or deep personal loss that some of us dare to ask – “Is this all that there is to life?”

 

Rene

 

 
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Posted by on May 16, 2013 in WISDOM

 

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Most of us are always busy pondering our “next step” and forget to appreciate what we already have.

 


WHAT IS WRONG WITH ME? 
The fear that something might be wrong with you is causing you to search for happiness in all the wrong places. Your beliefs that something or someone else will make you happy move your attention away from “here” to a place or destination away from yourself. It activates the perception that the “now” (current situation) is not the place where you will find happiness and that you can only expect happiness at some future time at a different destination or location.

Most of us are always busy pondering our “next step” and forget to appreciate what we already have. People search, struggle and strive, but never really arrive at their desired destination because they cannot get past the feeling that something is missing. I have met so many people that find it impossible to enjoy the present moment, the present company or their present partner because they feel that there is always still something missing.

The reason for this is because most people think that happiness must arrive from a source outside them. This perception is at the root of feelings of unworthiness and unhappiness. Most people are waiting for their friends, partners, children or employer to make them happy. This self-enforced feeling that something is missing and that happiness will mystically appear do not only put themselves under constant pressure, but also cause a lot of discomfort to the other players in his or her game of life.

I am convinced that you have met many individuals that are constantly unhappy. Such people also tell endless stories how people have let them down or how they have been taken advantage of. In short these people love to play the role of a victim and enjoy the moments of attention that it provokes in their listener. The problem with people with this disposition is that they are unable to see the whole picture. They look at things selectively and only see the things that will confirm and support their negative point of view.

When a happy person looks at a wonderful sunset he or she will allow themselves to be swept away by the kaleidoscope of colours and shadows. They might even experience a moment of deep respect for the creator. The habitually unhappy person will also look at the sunset, but will not even see the amazing play of colours. He or she might still be upset because his or her partner arrived late for their appointment.

I often tell people that you must not only listen to music, but feel the music as well. When you become a person that live your life in the now you usually become optimistic and appreciative. Unhappy people live in the past or the future. They usually drag train loads of bad experiences with them. They find it impossible to let go of past failures and setbacks. They also cannot stop worrying what might happen in the future. While you are still busy congratulating them with their new job they will already speculate about things that could possibly go wrong at some future date. I am sure that you might think that this type of person should be classified as a perpetual pessimist, but I see people like this everyday. In fact I do not know a lot of people that I would classify as happy. When you take a careful look at all the things we do and strive for you will discover that our yearning to be happy is behind most of our actions and decisions.

We tend to postpone our happiness because we have been conditioned that we can only be happy when we achieve a specific objective. The unpredictability of the times that we are living in make life a very painful experience for individuals with this frame of mind.

I once asked a young man in his mid twenties what would really make him happy? He responded and said, “I would love to retire and live in a small cottage close to the sea.” It was difficult for me to comprehend the long postponement of this young man’s happiness and then asked him, “What will make you really happy in your work?” He stared through the window for a while and then said, “I will only be really happy when I become managing director of the company that I work for.” You might think that this young man showed a lot of ambition, but I diagnosed him as a chronically unhappy boy.

It is good to have long-term goals, but it is better to learn to enjoy each step of your journey. Only when you learn to enjoy the current moment will you achieve real contentment.

Happiness is not something that you need to strive for or that must be handed to you by someone else. Happiness is something that must be allowed to escape from your heart. Happiness is the ability to experience happiness notwithstanding what happened in the past or what might happen at some future date.

Rene

 
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Posted by on May 10, 2013 in WISDOM

 

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Un Blog de Cine, Musica, Vinos... En 75 palabras aprox.

My Time is Now

Dancing With The Elderly- A Hollywood Actress's Day Job

let the free birds fly

surviving creating instigating

Qubethink

Permutate

AshiAkira's Blog

Just another WordPress.com site

diary of a single mom in the south

my life, my love, my story

My Hong Kong Husband

Third culture wife: Polish girl married to a Hongkonger, fresh off the airplane in Ireland. AMWF, lifestyle, culture, food, Asian fashion and a little bit of Cantonese

Dean J. Baker - Poetry, and prose poems

My BOOKS https://www.amazon.com/Dean-J.-Baker/e/B00IC6PGQM

Loving Without Boundaries

A Modern Look At Practicing Polyamory / Ethical Non-monogamy

Gorgeous

Ramblings from a disturbed mind ©2013 Cho Wan Yau

Middle-Aged Martial Arts Mom

Loving a crippling compulsion....

lovinchelle

LIVING LIFE AND TAKING PICS ALONG THE WAY.

Just me being curious

A blog of questions and few answers.

I Dont Want To Talk About It

The Ultimate Paradox: Depression in Sobriety

Shepherd Mulwanda

ICT Research Training and Consultancy,Agriculture for Youth Development.

Don Charisma

because anything is possible with Charisma

White Shadows

Story of a white pearl that turned to ashes while waiting for a pheonix to be born inside her !

dancingwithanother

Trying to make sense of turmoil

Dince's Chronicles

My Personal Blog

Awareness It Self

Quotes for spiritual enjoyment

Doug Does Life

A Creative Monkey On How To Find Your Path In Life.

existence !

blog de philosophie imprévisible, dir. Jean-Paul Galibert

How my heart speaks

My seeings and my thinkings

Vivek's Blog

For the Better!

muralskp

This WordPress.com site is the bee's knees

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