Blogger Widgets When My Life Becomes a Book: Inspirational thought

Friday, February 8, 2008

Inspirational thought

I wasn't even going to get on the computer today. I was just going to kick it around my house but I ended up coming over to my daughters and getting on this thing. But now that I am here and on the computer, I can get my email emptied out, of almost 200 emails today. I have a lot of subscriptions to a lot of you out there. Feel free to subscribe to me, to the right side of this post.



The Temperance card suggests that the timing may be right for sharing your feelings, getting together, creating something new or pouring your heart out, but don't expect a quick fix. This could be the beginning of a creative process of cooperation, diversity, sexual compatibility or testing of the romantic waters, so be prepared to go with the flow or to set new relationship goals that can work for the long term. Patience, trust, compromise and self-control can bring moderate, consistent and stable results as long as you are not afraid to get your feet wet.

A message inspiration to all of you that read this;

The beauty of life is in the living of it. And the living of
life is now.

It is fine to make grand, wonderful plans and to then bring
those plans to life through our efforts. Yet do not ignore
the quiet, stunningly beautiful treasures in each ordinary
moment.

Happiness is not in some distant place of perfection and
pleasure. Happiness is waiting for all of us to give to this life in
this moment.

If all of my dreams were to suddenly come true, I would
have no use for them. For the real essence of their joy is
in the journey I take to reach my dreams.

It is in working my way through each day, one moment after
another, that I will connect with the value of life. Every
flavor of experience adds to the richness in one way or
another.

I am trying not to put a lot of effort into judging whether today is
good or bad, happy or sad. I am just going ahead and live it with a
thankful heart, and I will hopefully and surely experience this day's
own special value,

just as Ralph Marston the inspiration for today.





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3 comments:

Little Wing said...

Great post, thank you for sharing.
Bless you.

chilly said...

Awesome post, Terry. :)
Oh and I already do subscribe to three of yours so far. ;) Enjoy reading your blogs much.
Have a great weekend!!!
(((((HUGS)))))

Anonymous said...

more,like,of.....encourage...........encourage....