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March 17, 2021
Words That Can Change Your Life
Possibility: See the opportunities in life. Choose to be positive, not negative. Singer Beverly Sills’ friends call her “bubbles” because she always rises to the top, overcoming her challenges and setbacks, she sees the possibilities.
Dream: Get yourself a goal, then go out and share it with everyone. Nothing will happen if you don’t share your vision. Success only occurs with the help of others. You will never know who could help you turn your dreams into a reality if you don’t share them.
Prioritize: Put things into the right perspective. Decide what comes first. Ask yourself, “Am I making a living or making a life?” Don’t prioritize your schedule; schedule your priorities!
Goals: Setting short, medium and long-term goals is essential in realizing your dreams. Your goals are the road map that will guide you along the way. They help you track your progress and correct your course. As each step is completed, you will gain a sense of achievement and encouragement; you will increase your self-image and your feelings of self-worth, helping you to move on to your next goal.
Believe: You are the best thing you have going for you! Believe in yourself, believe that you have the abilities needed to reach your goals, and attain all you set out to achieve. Count your strengths and not your shortcomings.
Trust: Trust in the fact that all your doubts can be overcome. That the strength to surmount all obstacles will be there when you need it. Trust your instincts and listen to them, if you are doing the right thing, they will guide you.
Blessing: Be a blessing to others. Serving others is the way to ultimate success in all your endeavours. It is the foundation upon which all success is built. Building a firm foundation will ensure that your success will stand the test of time and the attacks of those who seek to destroy what you have created. You must first give before you can receive. If you take before you give, you will lose.
Principles: Know what principles you wish to live by and follow them. Always use them as your guide to how you should respond to others or in what direction you should move next. In his book The Power Principle, Blaine Lee says, “The principles you live by, create the world you live in.” Once we accept this fact, we will change our world.
Take a look at the successful people in our world. In general, they are people to which all of these words can be applied. If they don’t measure up to all the terms, they are probably still growing and learning. No one is perfect. We must continue to grow ourselves, to understand and improve. It is in that improvement that we will find our ultimate success.
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“Interested people want to know if it works. Fascinated people want to know how it works.” Jim Rohn
The London Lawyer
A London lawyer runs a stop sign and gets pulled over by a Glasgow copper. The lawyer thinks that he is smarter than the cop because he is from London and is confident that he has a better education than any Scottish cop. He decides to prove this to himself and have some fun at the Glasgow cop’s expense! The cop says, “license and registration, please.” The lawyer says, “what for?” The cop says, “Ye didnae come to a complete stop at the stop sign.” The lawyer says, “I slowed down, and no one was coming.” The cop says, “Ye still didnae come to a complete stop. Licence and registration, please.” The lawyer says, “What’s the difference?” The cop says, “The difference is, ye have to come to a complete stop, that’s the law, licence and registration please.” The lawyer says, “If you can show me the legal difference between slow down and stop, I’ll give you my licence and registration; and you give me the ticket. If not, you let me go and don’t give me the ticket.” The cop says, “sound fair, exit your vehicle, sir.” The London Lawyer exits his vehicle. The Glasgow cop takes out his baton and starts hitting the lawyer and says, “Dae ye want me to stop, or just slow doon?
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ARIES Mar. 21-Apr. 19: Promises must be kept, no matter how distasteful they are. Don’t back down on your word.
TAURUS Apr. 20-May 20: It is time to get your priorities in order. Discard those things that are unimportant and keep your wits about you.
GEMINI May 21-June 20: Before accepting any job offers, check into benefits… it may not be as attractive an offer as it appears.
LEO July 23-Aug 22: Any financial manoeuvre should be carefully reviewed by trusted experts. Look before you leap.
CANCER June 21-July 22:.Before you begin to mediate any disagreement, know the facts. Don’t jump in feet first.
VIRGO Aug 23-Sept. 22: Wait until later in the week to communicate concerns to co-workers. By then, tempers will have cooled off.
LIBRA Sept. 23-Oct. 22: Speak your mind, but do so in a tactful manner. Those in charge will appreciate your honesty
SCORPIO Oct. 23-Nov. 21:Creativity is at a peak. Use this time to begin new tasks. Much can be accomplished.
SAGITTARIUS Nov. 22-Dec. 21: While circumstances will be difficult, you will be able to handle the responsibilities. You have all the skills you need.
CAPRICORN Dec. 22-Jan. 19: Socializing with the right crowd could put you in touch with influential people. Be on your toes.
AQUARIUS Jan. 20-Feb. 18:Just because your opinions differ with family members doesn’t mean anyone is wrong. Agree to disagree.
PISCES Feb.19-Mar.20: In the event, your first attempt at success fails, have a backup plan. You never know what method will work best.
The WIT Of The Irish
A passer-by watched two Irishmen in a park. One was digging holes, and the other was immediately filling them in again.
“Tell me,” said the passer-by, “What on earth are you doing?”
“Well,” said the digger, “Usually, there are three of us. I dig,
Fergal plants the tree, and Sean fills in the hole. Today Fergal is away unwell, but that doesn’t mean Sean and I have to take the day off, does it?”
Reilly, walking through a graveyard, comes across a headstone with the inscription, “Here lies a politician and an honest man.” “Faith now,” exclaims Reilly, “I wonder how they got the two of them in one grave.”
O’Toole and his wife are in bed one night, and they hear the neighbour’s dog barking its head off in the garden. Somewhat disturbed by the noise, O’Toole explodes, “Botheration and that!” and storms off downstairs. He comes back upstairs five minutes later, and his wife asks, “What did you do, O’Toole?” O’Toole replies with a wide grin, “I’ve put the dog in our garden, so I did, now let’s see how they like it.”
Donnie is shocked at finding out his cows are suffering from ‘Bluetongue.’ “Bejabbers,” Donnie murmurs, “I didn’t even know they had mobile phones.”
Gallagher is in Boston, and he is waiting patiently and watching the traffic cop on a busy street crossing. The cop stops the flow of traffic and shouts, ‘Okay, pedestrians. Then he allows the traffic to pass. He did this several times, and Gallagher is still standing on the sidewalk. After the cop has shouted ‘Pedestrians’ for the tenth time, Gallagher approaches him and says, ‘Is it not about time ye let the Catholics across?’
Finnegan sells Michael a donkey. Some weeks later, they met in a pub in Killarney, and Michael says, “Hey, Finnegan, that donkey you sold me went and died.” Finnegan just sips his Guinness slowly and retorts, “Bejabbers, Michael, it never done that on me.”
Murphy lost a hundred dollars on the Melbourne Cup, a famous Australian horse race. He also lost another hundred on the television replay.
Kieran O’Connor always slept with his gun under his pillow. Hearing a noise at the foot of the bed, he shot off his big toe. “Thank the Lord, I wasn’t sleeping at the other end of the bed,” Kieran said to his friends in Donegal’s pub. “I would have blown my head off.”