Thursday, January 8, 2009


We all have dreams, but it is what we achieve that
becomes the deciding factor in how we are portrayed.
For seem people life may appear better because they
are born into opulence and advantages others are not.
When it comes down to it though, happiness comes with
success and achievement. You can have everything in the
world but if it was all given to you, it may be enjoyable,
but there will be a void inside. Without having personal
success and accomplishment, then self-fulfillment and
satisfaction will be vacant, destitution will exist.

Do you remember the first time you learned to ride a
bicycle without training wheels and didn't fall off?

I bet you were happy, smiling the whole way as you
rode past your mom, dad, grandparent, sibling, whoever
was watching you. It was a moment of self-fulfillment.
How about the first time you learned to drive and the
progression as you became (hopefully for most) a safe
and experienced driver, ready for the roads. Getting an
education, learning rock climbing, winning an award,
getting a job... I could go on... These are all examples
of things we may or may not have done, but they are
minuscule compared to the things we can accomplish.

We all have the opportunity to achieve, so logically and
simply put; go achieve. Get something donen that you've
wanted to do. Or do what you know your good at, but
make it count. Either way, we have the ability to learn,
and by learning we gain knowledge. With knowledge
we have the ability to use our wisdom and accomplish.
Education aside, being open-minded is key to gaining
information and knowledge. If we shut everything down
that we hear, how can we learn anything. You need to
listen to the teacher in order to hear what they are

Logic and simplicity are extremely important in the
cycle of life. Sure, life is a roller-coaster of adventitiously,
ambiguous, yet sometimes miraculously, precarious
occurrences, that doesn't mean that it is impossible. It
also doesn't mean that it can't be logically simple...
Just think about it... The majority of things we do in life
are logical... We just need to keep it simple and realize
that we can do as much as we want. As long as we put
our heart, mind and soul (unless you don't think we have
one) into it and believe, we can accomplish anything...

New American Standard Bible (©1995)

And He said to them, "Because of the littleness of your
faith; for truly I say to you, if you have faith the size of a
mustard seed, you will say to this mountain, 'Move from
here to there,' and it will move; and nothing will be
impossible to you.

Regardless of religious faith, metaphorically this statement
is simply stating: If you believe in what you are doing,
you can accomplish it.

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