Eliminate “Impossible”

Let’s resolve today to eliminate the word “impossible” from our vocabulary.  Nothing is impossible and we have seen it proven time and time again. There was a time when flying was “impossible” and now it is common place. All you have to do is believe and it will be possible. Like in the movie “Field of Dreams”, build it and they will come, well, believe it and it will be possible.

Your faith, especially in yourself, and working with this faith, you can achieve anything, hands down! No holds barred!

So do away with impossible, it no longer exists!  All things are POSSIBLE!

You’ve got to accentuate the positive

You’ve got to accentuate the positive

Eliminate the negative

And latch on to the affirmative

Don’t mess with Mister In-Between

You’ve got to spread joy up to the maximum

Bring gloom down to the minimum

Have faith or pandemonium’s

Liable to walk upon the scene

Excerpt from a song : AC-CENT-TCHU-ATE THE POSITIVE lyrics by Johnny Mercer

Click to listen: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pUdFIPknB_Y&feature=related

I love this song! Words to live by.

Too many times we do the opposite, we spend time focusing on the negative, which gets us absolutely nowhere, but stuck right where we are.

No matter how challenging a situation may seem, take the time to find the good in it. Like the song says ” Have faith or pandemonium’s liable to walk upon the scene”.

So let’s stop today, regroup and focus on the positives in our lives and see how we feel. I can guarantee it will be a much more joy-filled day than if we did the opposite. And remember “Don’t mess with Mister In-Between”.

Have yourselves a positively, affirmative day!

Josyanne Chambers, MSc, CPC, CWLC

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Friends

We have a habit of not taking people as they are but rather as they fit or don’t fit of our standards and expectations. Then we either reject them outright or we try to change them or make them over to suit our concept of what we think they should be. This gives rise to the a warped idea of “making friends”. Normally people think a friend is one who agrees with you or one who you have converted to your way, and the friendship lasts as long as he or she remains converted. But in truth, you cannot make a friend, you can only accept a friend.

First, no matter who the person may be, accept him or her as a person. The person may not be like you and may not like you. Let him or her be! You may not agree with the standards by which the person lives and works. But they are not necessarily wrong because they are different. Be willing to accept that he or she is in the flow of the creative process within. By so doing, you will stay in the awareness of the flow expressing in you and as you.

Second you need to resolve your own ego-blocked flow of love, releasing a radiant stream of forgiveness  and compassion, then you can look upon the other person with a view that says, “I know that you are not really aware of what you have done to me or even what you are doing to yourself. I bless you and see you in a flow of love that may provide a whole new kind of environment where you can relax your hostility and unblock your own frustrated flow of love… ” or something along those lines.

You may ask, what if this doesn’t work for you, well that does not mean you engage in self-destructive bitterness or anger or worry or fear. To get along in the world or with the world, you must stay in the flow of life. Sometimes the best way to get along with people is to get along without them. Let go…and walk on…

Paraphrased from “The Art of Getting Along” by Eric Butterworth