How do you handle getting older??

So I was asked how old I was by a friend today Debbie Stone… It sparked me thinking of how I handle it now compared to how my life was before I woke up (another story for another time)…

“72 wow… just to say it… it seems so surreal… never thought I would ever make it this far… haha… but looking back, I can’t complain. It really was an amazing life… and much more to come yet… looking forward to enjoying watching others along their journey as well…”

 

on bike

It’s really interesting when one can step outside of the world of chaos and watch all the activity that people go through to survive and get what they want. It’s like another reality that has access to this existence and being able to watch without being affected by the struggles and chaos that people are creating for themselves…

Now I can understand how the accomplished and the successful live… I think that the fulfilled look at the poor in the world and they just don’t understand why everyone is not as they are… It is nothing more extraordinary to be rich as it is to be poor…

Bob Proctor is known for saying, “It takes no more energy to think thoughts of poverty as it does to think thoughts of prosperity”. However, Wallace D Wattles in the book The Science Of Getting Rich says that the hardest work a person can do is to think…

There is no labor from which most people shrink as they do from that of sustained and consecutive thought; it is the hardest work in the world… this is especially true when truth is contrary to appearances…

Bob Proctor has said that most people have never held an original thought in their lives… they think they are thinking, but in reality they are only replaying previous movies that keep running over and over again in their heads… In reality, we are receivers of energy signals sent out by negative thoughts and we are only reactors to those signal…

A person that truly controls his/her life, is not affected by negative people around them, but are able to control their lives by controlled thought of abundance and happiness…

After talking with my friend, mentorand coach Robert Hollis, we came up with this mission statement:

“I want you to be happy and fulfilled in every area of your life; no pain, no suffering.

I want you to be free to do what you want to do without others telling you what you can or cannot do,

and I want you to have enough money to make incredible decisions

and to give it to the world where you find people in need.

And I want you to fall back in love with yourself”

I hope you are having a wonderful and blessed day!!