In our daily lives, most of us are familiar with the delete button on our computer keyboard. We use it to delete our junk mailbox, get rid of emails that we have read and no longer have use for, and get rid of useless or outdated information. But, something else happens when we click delete… we help our computer to run better, to perform the tasks we need, faster and more efficiently. We have cleared all the accumulated, unwanted information from its memory.
Is there a lesson we can learn from this? You bet there is!
If we learn how to use our own “delete” button, we can function more efficiently. We can achieve more, feel more positive and create the better life we seek. The secret lies in recognizing those things in our life we need to delete so they don’t take up permanent residence. Here are a few things that will help you move toward that better life. So next time someone says something negative about you, your abilities, your options, your dreams, your achievements, then just CLICK “DELETE.” Send them into cyberspace, don’t let them determine who you are or what you can become.
Next time someone does something to annoy you, hurt you, insult you or try to get you angry, just CLICK “DELETE.” Treat them like the junk mail they are. Don’t allow them to see they have “gotten’ under your skin.”
Next time you hear someone talk negatively about your friends, associates, or boss, just CLICK “DELETE.” Let their words fall into the garbage bin. Don’t allow their opinions of others to dominate you. Instead, develop your own relationships and form your own opinions.
Create a BETTER ife …….. Learn how to click “DELETE”!
“Push harder!” I shouted at my wife while she was in labour. “I hate you, I hate you more than I’ve ever hated anyone!” she screamed back at me. That’s a bit harsh; I thought… it wasn’t my fault the car broke down on the way to the hospital.
Here lies the body of John Round
Lost at sea and never found
(Think About It!)
Here lies the body of Margaret Bent
She kicked up her heels, and away she went
Winterborn Steepleton Cemetery
Stranger tread this ground with gravity.
Dentist Brown Is filling his last cavity
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ARIES Mar. 21-Apr. 19: Seek your own destiny. Daily you do the same old thing. Spread your wings; see how high you can fly!
TAURUS Apr. 20-May 20: Review the model of your next project. Critique thoroughly. You may be overlooking an important aspect. Modify quickly.
GEMINI May 21-June 20: Social activities come at a record pace. Know when to say no. Mix and match your wardrobe; people won’t notice.
CANCER June 21-July 22: Abusive situations must be controlled. Take matters into your own hands. Don’t allow others to manipulate you.
LEO July 23-Aug 22: Accept an opportunity for a career change. The size of the pond is only essential when the fish are too small or too big.
VIRGO Aug. 23-Sept. 22: A chance to travel into uncharted territory becomes available. Sign on for the ride. Good things will happen.
LIBRA Sept. 23-Oct. 22: Time to clean up and throw out your old ways. Recruit help from family members and friends. Give praise to all.
SCORPIO Oct. 23-Nov. 21: Romance continues to blossom. Don’t be in a hurry to change your lifestyle. Instead, make sure this is right for you.
SAGITTARIUS Nov. 22-Dec. 21: Educational pursuits will net significant returns in the future. So it’s time to “get to work” on improving your abilities.
CAPRICORN Dec. 22-Jan. 19: Declining health in a loved one will create strain on family members. Maintain a high profile and avail yourself when needed.
AQUARIUS Jan. 20-Feb. 18: You are always looking for love in all the wrong places. Don’t jump into relationships. Give yourself a break.
PISCES Feb. 19-Mar. 20: Seek advice from one who has been there. Experience is the best teacher. Listen carefully.
While riding a train in China, a young woman noticed a little girl watching her. Realizing that the glitter on her cheeks so fascinated the little girl, she asked the girl’s parents if she could put some on her. A few minutes later, the parents said that the little girl was mute and severely disabled. After the glitter had been applied, the little girl’s face lit up in a big smile, as did the parents’ faces. It was then that the young woman found out that this was the first time the little girl had ever smiled.
It’s amazing how grandparents seem so young… once you become one.